The ASAH girls were honored by two visits this past week. The first was from Archbishop of the Anglican church along with other dignitaries. They were welcomed by the school’s Girl […]
This new school has upped the expectations for our students. Those who were at the top of their classes are now competing with many other smart students for top positions.
In spite of the hot weather we’ve been experiencing in Fargo, it’s mid-summer and in a month vacations will be over, kids will be back in school, docks and boats […]
Conflict has riveted our attention, commanded our news outlets, thrust its way into our conversations, confused and divided us on an international, national, local, and personal level. It’s front and […]
A Lost Boy of Sudan, Joseph Akol Makeer, arrived in my home town of Fargo, North Dakota in 2003. Orphaned by the war in southern Sudan, Joseph took over the task […]
Watching the ASAH girls write letters to their sponsors and having them stand in line to read them aloud to me is one of the loveliest part of my routine when […]
Two days ago, the United States of America celebrated 239 years of independence. Our years have not been unmarked by violence and strife, nor have the freedoms promised to all […]