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In New Mexico, Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church in Los Alamos hosted their annual Children’s Christmas Bazaar on December 1. For the past 10 years, the church’s thrift store has been setting aside donations that might make good presents for moms, dads and siblings of kids
Goats are at the top of my Christmas giving list this year. I’ve also been encouraging family and friends, especially children, to add a gift selection from the Gifts for Life Catalog to their wish list for Santa. I decided to practice what I preached and ordered a goat for my own child
It’s been another ‘all hands on deck’ kind of year. I’m deeply grateful to our Church partners at home and abroad. They have worked closely with our staff and alongside members of their communities to address seemingly insurmountable issues. Disasters grow
I am in Myanmar this week on what is my twelfth visit to the country. And each of my dozen trips has been unique. Despite what seems to be a visit to an animal husbandry project and a micro-finance operation on every one of those trips, I find each project to be distinctive with
The time between Thanksgiving and Christmas is always a blur. Between food, friends, shopping, traveling and – oh right – work, I have to confess that the whole Advent thing about “waiting” and “anticipating” seems a bit of a departure from reality.
World AIDS Day on December 1st brings together people from around the world to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS and demonstrate international solidarity in the face of the pandemic. Between 2011-2015, World AIDS Days will have the theme of “Getting to zero: zero new HIV infections.