On May 31st, 2012 the Maxwell family boarded a plane and moved to Swaziland to live at Project Canaan. I hope to update my blog on Saturday mornings and share, as honestly as I can, the highs and lows of our life in Africa. We are living on a farm in a remote part of this tiny Kingdom and are serving the community as well as the orphans and vulnerable children of the nation. The 365 day count down started on June 1st, 2011, but the real journey begins now. Thanks for joining us.
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Saturday, September 12, 2015
This is easy.
My last few blogs have been pretty heavy so today I am going
to be short and sweet with hopes that every single person who read this will
share this blog with friends and family.Here are a few key facts:
Raising 101 children is expensive.
I hate putting my hand out and asking for
Most of you will buy Christmas gifts for friends
and family this year.
I am asking you to buy Christmas gifts from Heart for Africa
where 100% of the profit goes back to buying diapers, formula, food, and paying
for caregivers, nurses, doctors and education. It’s not a donation, it’s
Christmas shopping made easy.
We have 54 full time employees at the Khutsala Artisans shop on Project Canaan in Swaziland, Africa. They have been working since January to
make Christmas tree ornaments to help with our goal of becoming
self-sustainable.We have 12,000
ornaments made, they are in the US now and ready to ship to you!
They are flat, they fit easily in a Christmas card, they can
be used as a decoration on the top of a gift, they are the perfect teacher gift
and they are only $10 each.