I was recently graced with the opportunity to be on the Ending Human Trafficking podcast with Dr. Sandie Morgan of the Global Center for Women and Justice at Vanguard University. Among the speaking engagements we had during our recent break in the states, was a lecture circuit at Vanguard University where we were able to … Continue reading Ending Human Trafficking Podcast
The number one reason children end up in orphanages is poverty… Earlier this year, we got a referral from one of the pastors in our Kingdom Families network in Moshi, Tanzania. There was a woman from their neighborhood that had been taking care of her two nieces and her own daughter with no real support. … Continue reading Empower Women and Support Families This Christmas
Reya Martinez was one of our four interns that joined us for the summer in Moshi. Reya was a great blessing to our ministry and helped us revamp media initiatives as well as serving in local preschools and churches through children’s ministry. She brought joy and refreshment with her everywhere she went and we’re grateful … Continue reading Reya Martinez: Reflections on Interning with Kingdom Families
Director’s Note: Pastor Yusto of Lower Moshi, Tanzania is an example and an inspiration to us at Kingdom Families. He is a member of Global-Effect’s pastoral network called Ezekiel’s River. As I’ve been writing (and nearly am finished with!) the Swahili scripture commentary, we’ve been distributing advanced copies of certain chapters to the pastors at … Continue reading Kingdom Families Testimony: Pastor Yusto
This July proved to be a busy month for Kingdom Families as we hosted four interns from the States and in the month held three all-day conferences, three church services and a pastors meeting. Every time we approach a church, our message is clear and simple. God calls His church to care for vulnerable people … Continue reading Why Advocacy?
Jacqueline Jones was in Moshi for two and a half months serving as an intern for Kingdom Families. During her time here, Jackie developed mental health guidelines for working with vulnerable children. Additionally, she helped on children’s ministry, teaching youth and helping in local preschools. Here is some insight into Jackie’s time here, what she … Continue reading Jackie Jones: Reflections on Interning with Kingdom Families