Here are some tips on taking control of your feelings and expressing yourself in the most beneficial way.Read More
I’m excited to teach you some key tips that I have found very helpful: planning for your organization and preserving your relationships. I think you’ll find these tips very beneficial to your work and life. Here they are:Read More
In this newsletter, I will like to share with you two articles. Here we go.
It’s Hard to Have Faith if You Don’t Do This One Key Thing
Have you ever stopped to really think about the truth that we live by believing, not by seeing? That is, we live by faith and not by sight?
In the first article this week, I like to share with you the truth that “it’s hard to have faith if you don’t see things as they truly are.”
Why do first impressions matter?
We all know that first impressions matter, but why? In my second article this week, I answer that question.
See you next time!
– Dr. Kenneth Acha
Great orphan care and poverty alleviation in general, depends on asking the right questions. There is great power in asking the right questions.
The quality of the question is key
The quality of any answer is determined directly by the quality of the question asked. If you ask the wrong question, you get the wrong answer. If you ask the right question, you get the right answers. You ask a weak question, you get a week answer. You ask a powerful question, you get a powerful answer.
Why do we need to pray and never faint? Why do we need constant, persistent, unceasing, prevailing prayer? Why do we need to pray in season and out of season? The fight for justice for the fatherless is not a physical fight. It is one that we must first win on our knees.
The fight for justice for the fatherless is not a physical fight. It is one that we must first win on our knees.
Here are some reasons why we must prayer in general but specifically for the orphan care movement worldwide.
According to Christianity Today, The CAFO Summit has been called, “the burgeoning Christian orphan care movement.” Last year, we had the honor of attending and speaking at the CAFO Summer in Nashville, TN. It was an incredible time of inspiration and empowerment as we learned alongside some 2,500 foster and adoptive parents, orphan advocates, pastors and leaders from 30 countries. Come join the movement as CAFO once again holds a gathering to explore effective foster care, adoption, family preservation and global orphan ministry.
Located in Bahir Dar, Ethiopia, the Grace Center is a holistic approach to helping impoverished families and orphaned and underprivileged children in the community.Read More