An Alliance worker
Bicycles and New Beginnings
I was the one who had encouraged their daughter to ride a bicycle, which is considered shameful in their culture.
Open Heart, Open Home
We stayed in simple houses and sumptuous ones, spacious houses and cramped ones, quiet houses and boisterous ones.
Her Whole Life in Her Suitcase
Would we dare to use these precious minutes to have a conversation with Monica that could have an eternal impact on her soul?
Stories from the Field – Santidougou Widows Center
When Hawa was in 7th grade, her mother was able to pay the first down payment of her school fees. Hawa enrolled and began to attend classes with her friends. But when the next payment came due, her mother could not come up with the funds. The school threatened to kick Hawa out if the money wasn’t paid