Tag Archives: We’re All God’s Children

Vision, Turkeys and Africa

November 30, 2016  |   Posted by :   |   Africa   |   0 Comment

Update: Thanks to several local Lions Clubs, and financial supporters like you, we met our funds goal and were able to purchase the auto-refractor! We appreciate your support! For details, read the rest of this article. I hope that you all had a relaxing and enjoyable Thanksgiving. I was blessed to spend the day with […]

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Socks for Youth!

November 11, 2016  |   Posted by :   |   Native America   |   0 Comment

This post was written by Karen Moore, board member and Native American team volunteer. In September of 2015 I was privileged to accompany members of the We’re All God’s Children eye clinic team to Cheyenne River Indian Reservation in South Dakota. It was such a rewarding and eye opening experience. I had no idea what […]

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People, Relationships and Lessons: An African Experience

March 22, 2016  |   Posted by :   |   Africa   |   0 Comment

This post was written by WAGC volunteer and Africa mission team member Bethany Raudenbush. This is just a sample of the kind of info you’ll find in our upcoming Special Africa Report. Stay tuned for that! When trying to write a summary of my experience for this report I found that I was at a […]

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Beautiful People

January 21, 2016  |   Posted by :   |   Africa   |   0 Comment

This post was written by Carolyn Snell, who attended the Africa Mission Trip in 2010. In 2009, I received a nudge from God to participate in a mission trip to Zambia, Africa with the organization We’re All God’s Children. This particular mission trip was to entail vision screening and then provide eyeglasses to the poor. “But […]

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Why I’m Going Back

December 30, 2015  |   Posted by :   |   Africa   |   0 Comment

This post was written by Carol Fanelli, Founder of WAGC, who will be traveling to Africa in February 2016 for a mission trip along with her husband Tom and a volunteer team. “You’ll come back, won’t you? You won’t forget us?” I can still hear those words, spoken as we were leaving from our first […]

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Small Things Can Change Children’s Lives

February 11, 2015  |   Posted by :   |   Native America   |   0 Comment

Our Native American Team is busy planning another mission trip to South Dakota. This year, our destination has changed. We will now be visiting several tribal schools on the Cheyenne River Reservation. While the location has changed, the extreme poverty and lack of housing is still very much a part of their lives. When you […]

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My Mission Story by Trudi Keeport

October 17, 2014  |   Posted by :   |   General   |   0 Comment

This is a post written by board member Trudi Keeport who assists with the vision clinics. I guess I began looking for my own mission experience when my husband, Kevin, began going on the youth mission trips at our church. I couldn’t go at the time due to the ages of our children. This didn’t […]

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Meet Pastor Andrew Guya

August 09, 2014  |   Posted by :   |   Africa   |   0 Comment

Today I would like to introduce you to Andrew Guya. I met Andrew on my first mission trip to Kenya with Pastor OM Panicker in 2006. After two long flights we arrived in the city of Nairobi where we were introduced to a quiet soft spoken man with a huge smile who we were told […]

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Getting Past the Roadblock

August 07, 2014  |   Posted by :   |   General   |   0 Comment

  Who among you fears the Lord and obeys the word of his servant? Let the one who walks in the dark, who has no light, trust in the name of the Lord and rely on their God.                                                                                                      ~Isaiah 50:10 Hello All – Carol here! Most of you know me as President and Founder of We’re All […]

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The Chair That Changed A Life

May 30, 2013  |   Posted by :   |   Appalachia   |   0 Comment

This is the touching story of a past mission trip to Knott, Kentucky written by Carol Fanelli. We hope that you’ll understand the importance of We’re All God’s Children’s Appalachia Program and the need for warehouse space in order for it to continue. In October of 2007 on a bleak, rainy Friday afternoon two members […]

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