This post is written by Becky, a CAMA worker in West Africa. I have a mom confession. Sunday isn’t my children’s favorite day of the week. In fact, typically there is a lot of begging to stay home and do “home church.” I get it, the services in West Africa are three hours long. They’re […]
This post is written by Heather Smith. Heather serves on the CAMA Board and lives in Lewiston, Idaho, where her husband Paul serves as the Lead Pastor of CrossPoint Alliance Church. They have two children; a daughter, Elliott, 12 and a son, Quinn, 10. When our children’s pastor settled on CAMA’s small plot irrigation project […]
Peruvian churches have united to provide emergency relief. Now they are looking to enter a new phase of disaster recovery. You can help.
Meet two female business owners of a post-tsunami social enterprise in Southeast Asia.
This post is written by Becky, a CAMA worker in West Africa, and was originally published on The Alliance website. When we host our annual veterinarian work teams, I typically turn into a modern-day Betty Crocker, albeit less skilled. My duties are relegated to keeping hungry team members fed, but I find the bulging suitcases […]