We encountered an unusual stranger on an airplane home from Vegas who reminded us of why it is so important to feed the hearts, minds and souls of the children at Kirabo Seeds. We don’t want them to grow up hopeless, alone, and heading towards a life of crime.
Can you imagine cooking for twenty people three times every day? Everyone at Kirabo Seeds home is in awe of Auntie Julie’s special gifts in the kitchen. When I watch her work I am inspired. She never stops, never complains and never tires. Once a month we invite as many community children as we can … Continue reading Easter Celebration at Kirabo Seeds
I am always behind the camera and rarely staring down the aperture gullet. I rather like it that way until I need a photo of me, say for the headline of my fresh new blog. Kira was nine months old in that photo and now she’s five years old. I’d say it’s time to get … Continue reading BIG EXCITING NEWS…
Victoria Mayfield is helping us with all of our social media! We are in the process of changing our look on the blog. We are adding more social media sites and having a grand time sprucing all of Kirabo Seeds. Bear with us it will get better looking every day!
In the hill country of Texas we are in full swing of Spring weather. Our bluebonnets are wildly splashed along roadsides in their enthusiastic and free manner to make any patch of grass their home. Windows are tossed up, fresh air fills the house, animals are shedding, and people everywhere are outside doing chores or … Continue reading Spring Time at Kirabo Seeds
Yes! We have orphaned children in our home. This is a fact. Would you believe I have never once heard one of our kids mention they miss their parents. They don’t talk about losing them. They aren’t stuck on that part of their lives. They don’t think it is unusual to be an orphan. Not … Continue reading A great tree grows from a single SEED.
Orphan care isn’t a rescue mission, not like we think. We who help orphaned kids are not the great savior who swoops in and pulls a desperate child out of the world’t worst living conditions. (According to the book I believe in, that would be Jesus.) There’s always someone worse off. And our efforts for … Continue reading Orphan Care isn’t a rescue mission.