Monday, February 21, 2011

Sharing is Caring

On Saturday I spent the day with Dulce, one of the girls I mentor.

I went to the bank, then went to her house and picked her up. We stopped by to say hi to a couple other kids. We went to Sonic and had sodas. We went to the $3 theater and watched the new Chronicles of Narnia. We went and got a pizza. We came to my house to hang out.

Then she told me my shirt was on inside out.

So, because sharing is caring, I thought I'd pass onto you some share worthy things.

*Come Together Trading Company is a Christian based company which sells fair trade items from around the world. They have beautiful, handmade, and unique items  that would make the perfect gifts. Here are a few of my favorite items.
Global Mamas Headband- made in Ghana

Guatemalan Scarves- made in Guatemala

Pakko Tote Bag- made in India

*Compassion International is raising money to help send one of their children to the special olympics. Compassion Can represented Emilda's story so well. Please take time to read it! You will be blessed.

*For those of you who followed my series on The Persecuted Church, and especally the story of North Korea, Inside North Korea is an eye-opening documentary released by National Geographic. None of the information in the documentary was necessarily new to me, but seeing pictures and videos of the people behind the stories really shook me. It is hard to watch at points, but this documentary brings light to darkness that Satan would love to remain hidden.

*Conspiracy of Hope is raising money to support IJM and My Refuge House. Click here to help bring healing and restoration for the victims of sex trafficking.

I hope you will take time to check these things out!

God Bless,

4 comments:

cwventures said...

Am glad God gave you the grace to serve in Africa, God bless you for obeying. If He opens a chance for you to serve in Kenya, please obey and feel very welcome. We serve missionaries.
Chals

Mark Langham said...

You. Are so friggin' incredible. Thank you sooooooooooooo much.

Jess Elyse said...

Oh my goodness! I am so going to check out that website. I love those scarves. hehe (it's a problem)

No, but seriously. For the past year IJM has gotten involved on my campus and I have been feeling the push to get involved more with them and check it out.

Good post! I'm going to check these things out!

:-)

Rebecca said...

@CWventures- Thanks for coming by!

@Mark- You are welcome :)

@Jess- the scarves are a problem for me too...epecially the blue and brown one :) Oh, and you should def check out the IJM thing! DO IT!