African Blessings Blog

Autumn

Autumn Sky

As the Summer rains begin to cease we welcome Autumn at the African Blessings farm. “Autumn shows us how beautiful it is to let things go.” While strolling through the gardens at the farm, it is easy to notice how the bright, vibrant greens are slowly changing into soft yellows. Soon the greenery will ebb

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Dear Human Rights Day

Dear Human Rights, I have decided to write you a letter. You are so important and so valuable that an entire day has been dedicated to you. That brings quite a responsibility with it, as we will all be thinking of you more than usual on that day and we will also all be listening

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Our Annual Pet Food Drive

OurAnnualPetFoodDrive

“Those who teach us the most about humanity aren’t always human.” – Donald Hicks   If you are crazy cat ladies or goofy dog daddies, like us, you all know and have experienced that moment you utter the word “treat” or “food” (or whichever cute name you have decided to call it in your household

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Be your Valentine

BeYourValentine

Two vultures sat on branches right at the top of a tall tree. They ducked as a F16 fighter plane raced overhead. Such speed was to be envied indeed! The one vulture turned to his friend and said: “Wow! If only I could fly like that!” The second vulture responded, “If you had two tails

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A Lesson Learnt on the Way to Lesotho

A Lesson Learnt on the Way to Lesotho

Rita Edkins, African Blessings’ Missions Director, shares her heart for 2018 and the lesson she learnt on the way to an outreach in Lesotho. I looked out of my window this morning and I gave thanks that I have a window. The mission journey to Lesotho came to mind. The GPS was on and took

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