Not sure if you want to read it? Check the reviews at Amazon.com.
Friday, June 26, 2009
Sunday, June 14, 2009
Follow the link to see Fields of the Fatherless study guides, that go
with the book (Fields of the Fatherless, by Tom Davis). There are 8
in all, so you have to find the next one after each video ends.
These are great don't miss them!
Thursday, June 11, 2009
By Tom Davis
This book is very well written. Tom Davis really makes you feel like you are right with the characters as the story unfolds. Once you start you won’t want to put it down, so give yourself some time to finish it. All the surprises in the story will keep you on the edge of your seat. Just when you think the situations can’t get any worse, they do. But the ending brings wonderful and life changing news for the characters. This also isn’t a book you just read and forget. It is one that will challenge you to act after hearing the heartbreaking realities of what these people have to go through on a daily basis. They don’t have food, they don’t have clean water, and they don’t have a safe place to stay. Most children living in Africa don’t even have parents, or any other family members to love them, because most have died from HIV/AIDS. They are all alone, they are scared. The characters in this story are able to bring hope to a community in Swaziland by providing the food they needed to survive. This book will open your heart to the needs of these people, and leave you with a strong desire to also bring hope to the hopeless. And you can! So, if you are up to the challenge go read this book, and after you read it share it with everyone you know. This message needs to get out there.
Here is a link to his blog:
Saturday, June 6, 2009
Want to make a difference this weekend? How about feeding starving people in Uganda? These people don't know where their next meal will come from, and most of them probably haven't eaten in days! So what are you waiting for, give them hope, and fill their stomachs, so that they won't have to endure the hunger pangs! Only $25 provides 179 meals! That is a lot! Maybe instead of going out for dinner this weekend for just one meal for yourself, you could give that money to 179 people who rely on that meal to survive! Here is a link to Children's Hope Chest (Make sure to put in the notes section "Feed the Forgotten".)
Also here is a link to Tom Davis's post on Feed