Coming Soon: The Operation Christmas Child TEN DOLLAR CHALLENGE!

It’s “Back to School” season and sales are in the air! Moms are grabbing up the great deals like a kid in a candy sale. Are you one of them? This year as you’re cruising the back-to-school sales, (or the after school sales) the Samaritan’s Purse Bloggers would like to issue a challenge to you. While you’re out and about, we want to challenge you to think ahead and shop for your Operation Christmas Child shoe boxes. What better time to stock up on things like pencils and pencil sharpeners than right now? So we have a challenge. Our challenge

Niger Animal & Habitat Study (A Samaritan’s Purse Project)

What would you do with a goat? For many people in America, goats are pets or a part of their hobby farm. Some Americans do use goats for their livelihood. But if you lived in Niger, a goat would be a precious commodity. Imagine! Goats are special, important, and valuable. The Wildlife and Habitat of Niger In the West African country of Niger, in the village of Guidan Gado, poor families, widows and young girls are eager for goats of their own. Red goats reproduce quickly–baby goats can be sold and goat’s milk is a nutritional food source. That’s important

Operation Christmas Child: A Little Box and a Big Heart

Over the years we have participated in Operation Christmas Child, through Samaritan’s Purse, many times. I enjoy their program and what they do, they have a good mission. My children enjoy participating because this ministry is a little more tangible for them than some others, packing a box for a child their own age. And I enjoy watching them open their hearts wide as they fill the box as full as they can because they want to bless the child as much as possible. This is why I am so pleased to announce that I’ve joined a team of bloggers