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With the comfortable routine of school in full effect along with new visitors and some celebrations it's been great here on the mission lately. School tests wrapped up last week for all classes with many high marks to be proud of...and a few low marks to work on. All in all, a great job. Growing


We have a winner! After thirty days of non-stop events, Summer Games 3 is officially in the record books. It was a photo finish and we've got the photographic proof for all you fans following along at home. The final week of competition had the teams taking over the planning, creating their own challenges and


Another great week here at the Farm as Summer Games rolls on. We’re past the mid-point with the Cobra team still leading, on their way to what could be their first ever team victory. This week’s activities saw a yearly favorite, All-Night Movie Night, in which the small boys and girls invade the church house


What a week! Another Summer Games spectacular on the last full week of competition. The Cobra Team still maintains a slight edge but the Elephant team is closing fast. Just a handful of points separate the top teams as we enter the final week. Here’s a look back on the week that was. One staple

Raging Rapids

This week 17 of our older boys and male staff headed off into the mountains on motorbikes as part of the Strong Riders Bike Tour. It was the first time we have ever done anything like this but reports from the boys up in the mountains makes it sound like this could easily become an

Summer Games 2016!

Summer Games has finally begun! If you don't know what we are talking about... take a quick look here. After months of excitement, anticipation and planning, the third annual school vacation bonanza we call Summer Games officially started this week. Founding committee member John Marshall arrived from the USA just in time to make it

Back From Africa

It was a week of coming and going with old friends leaving and Clifton & John returning from Africa. They went to help out at Houses of Hope, Africa for 3 weeks. If the pictures are any indication, they had an amazing trip, full of kind-hearted people, breath-taking scenery and enough wild animals to last a

Happy New Year

With 2015 in the history books, it’s always fun to look back on a few highlights from the past year before looking ahead to the brand new year before us all. Once again, through grace and generosity and lots of hard work, we were blessed with amazing abundance, with new projects, new partners and new

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