everyday miracles

A few years ago, during the dry season in South Sudan when the wind blew the dust hard and there were no rains for months. The vegetables withered and faded and the diet with them.  Soon we were eating only maize and beans every meal.  It was the time I ate only green powder and protein powder for months on end because my body does not tolerate maize.

Suffice it to say it was not ideal, but there was some amazing grace.

About two months into that season, I began to pray a little more fervently, “Papa, we need a solution.  Not just for me, but a way to get nutrition into the diet of our children.  You have the answers!”

Living supernaturally is absolutely practical. And not just in Africa!

A few more weeks went by…

{Ah, there is more to this story.  You know there is.  I’m humbled to be sharing over at incourage.me where An Invitation to the Supernatural Life is being featured as a Fall Recommended Read for their Bloom Book Club.  What grace is that? Won’t you read the rest of the story there and join in the conversation?}

And please don’t forget this.

I mean who could forget this face… this gorgeous smiling face.  He is a gift from heaven and it is a joy to care for him.

You can help us have all our Iris South Sudan children in Yei fully sponsored by this Christmas for as little as $35/month.  God brings us miracle trees {that’s the other name for moringa trees} but He also offers us an invitation to join Him in being part of making the miraculous happen.  We each have a part to play!

Won’t you consider being part of this Christmas miracle?

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photo credit, baby Moses: Anna Burns