If you know a college student who wants internship credit, please send them our way. Our home page has a video link to explain more. This is a great opportunity to learn communications, reach out to people across the world and to help children receive education in ways they can readily learn.
It’s hot out there…so hot. I have AC relief. So many don’t.
I’m thinking about this while I drive 300 diabetes educational coloring books from the printer to the Operation Blessing Warehouse. I’m in my car with the AC blowing. As soon as I open the door, that heat made me sweat immediately.
I actually started whining about it internally for a few inexcusable seconds.
The books in my trunk were bound for Haiti. Will the kids who read them be out in this heat with no relief? Are they accustomed to it? Do they have enough water? I don’t know.
I hope the ones who receive our books get a temporary place in the shade to read, to color, to learn.
Consultant, Kristin Casciani, moves to CA soon. She’ll be the eyes and ears of JAMSBooks on the West Coast. Stay tuned!
67,674 children and many color-happy adults have received JAMSBooks educational materials in the following countries as of today, May 19, 2016. I wonder what it will be like once we surpass 100,000 someday…AWESOME!
El Salvador (1,000)
Central American Burn clinics (1,900)
Dominican Republic (3,400)
South Sudan (20)
Himalayan Burn Clinic (50)
Thanks to Kim Kargbo and Women of Hope International, a new book is available to help share the gospel in areas of Africa. Kim shared the text of a parable about the sacrifice of a village chief for a project we created for her a few years ago. She’s used this story in West Africa to present the gospel.
Now it’s available in a book form in two sizes. It can be viewed in full if you just send me an email request at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let us know what you think, especially if you have experience in Africa.