Training Manual for Women of Hope International Complete

Has anyone called you a “loser” or made you feel low for your weaknesses? I hope not, but imagine the answer for many of you may be a sad “yes.”

Many women in Sierra Leone who are missing an arm, are blind or have leprosy are often told by their society that God hates them so He purposely cursed them with a disability. They live on the streets, in the darkness of despair and worthlessness.

Women of Hope International works to turn around that message, bringing – as their name says – hope. 

After one year, with a break to focus on Ebola education, an amazing, 50-page, professionally illustrated training manual is complete.

This month, WOH executive director Kim Kargbo and her team are in Sierra Leone using this JAMSBooks designed and illustrated training manual to bring a message of education, dignity and divine love to these ladies.

Sample illustrations:

Care during pregnancy and childbirth
The grief process
A successful business woman makes a plan.


Carol Jones, with Emmanuel Baptist Church here in Virginia, upon her return from
her March trip to Leogane, Haiti:

Good Morning Jean,

God is sooooo Good! We had a great mission trip to Haiti. The coloring books
were a great help. The area we visited was the epicenter of the earthquake.
We visited a school/church where 90% of the children’s parents were dead.

I will share some pictures as soon as I can. We taught at 2 schools in 3 days.
I even got to substitute teach the first day because the teacher was not feeling well.


Blessings International Offers Coloring Books on Website

Thanks to Ms. Kara Beam with Blessings International – we met at the Global
Missions Health Conference last November – JAMSBooks coloring books are new
products on their website! Click here to check it out.
Blessings International heals the hurting globally and locally by providing
life-saving pharmaceuticals, vitamins and medical supplies to medical mission
teams, clinics and hospitals.

Ghanaian Mother’s Hope Does it Again



Bringing smiles and educational messages of smart hygiene

to children in Ghana:

Debi Frock, Drew Davidsen and the Ghanaian Mother’s Hope team post:

These little girls clapped for joy and said “I love my book” at Akusomblu Primary School in Ghana. What a great week it has been. We have delivered “The Secret to Being Strong” message to over 700 children in Ghana so far. That you Jean and JAMS Books!–Debi Frock -Ghanaian Mothers’ Hope–