I’ve spent much of my adult life growing a healthy marriage. We celebrated 25 years together this year. During the past decade I’ve even had the privilege and honor to counsel some couples in the early stages of marriage to help them establish a marriage outlined in the bible, the standard we hold ours to … Continue reading Family Time.
We are raising orphaned children God’s way to go grow deep roots that will produce fruit for many generations to come.
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Ages ago I sought the depths of my soul for “THE CAUSE” for which I was willing to shed blood, tears and years to help make a difference. I didn’t have to search far because I’ve always known I couldn’t bear the thought of a child growing up alone without parents. When the picture in … Continue reading What’s the most important THING to give an orphan?
I count my blessings after spending nearly two weeks with my own father visiting us here in Texas. Six weeks ago he had hip replacement surgery and to see him use a cane to greet us in the airport helped me realize how precious our time together is to me. His hair is a shiny … Continue reading Fathers
The orphan care vision for Kirabo Seeds is unique among other organizations. Beyond providing for the basic needs and care we are training leadership qualities into their lives. We have taken the bible’s way to raise children in a family and applied it to the raising of seventeen children. We’ve set high standards for the … Continue reading In Angela’s own words…
To all the ladies who have ever loved a child, given care, sacrificed to make a difference in the life of a child, I thank God for you. When God created Kirabo Seeds, he didn’t choose an experienced business leader to develop the vision, he chose a MOTHER. It is my absolute privilege and honor to … Continue reading Happy Mother’s Day
The sweet smells and soft breezes of morning in Uganda are a familiar welcome hug. We have travelled across the world again, nearly effortlessly in our familiarity with the process, and arrived “home”. The first thing Kira said as we disembarked the plane was, “there’s a lot of chocolate here”. What she means is everyone … Continue reading Welcome Home to Uganda Mama Tonya!