Posts tagged with teachers-2

Where is my teacher?

Posted Sunday March 05, 2017 by Mustard Seed International

Imagine you’re back in elementary school. You walked one hour from your...

Imagine you’re back in elementary school. You walked one hour from your village to school. You’re excited about learning. That’s why you do the long walk. The first class is...

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Where is my teacher?

Connecting with a Teacher-in-training

Posted Monday January 30, 2017 by Mustard Seed International

The best thing that happened to me is joining TransformNation because I’m...

The best thing that happened to me is joining TransformNation because I’m having so many new experiences. I am being taught how to become a good teacher who has the...

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Meraki!

Posted Monday January 30, 2017 by Mustard Seed International

At summer camp our son Jo took a pottery class, made a...

At summer camp our son Jo took a pottery class, made a coffee mug, and with a big smile presented it to his mommy. This hand-crafted masterpiece now sits in...

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Meraki!

Report from the field

Posted Thursday December 01, 2016 by Mustard Seed International

By: Lloyd The TransformNation students are busy in university. They come to Charis...

By: Lloyd The TransformNation students are busy in university. They come to Charis from 7am-12:15am for classes and a time of devotion together. I was approached by a boy who I...

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Loving Those Who Reject You

Posted Thursday December 01, 2016 by Mustard Seed International

Have you ever been rejected? How did you respond?  I remember a...

Have you ever been rejected? How did you respond?  I remember a time when I was rejected and I did not take it well.  I was in second grade at...

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Pray for Encouragement

Posted Wednesday October 12, 2016 by Mustard Seed International

Site Report: M-High School in M-Village By Mr. Dumadi Each morning begins...

Site Report: M-High School in M-Village By Mr. Dumadi Each morning begins with pumping up the day’s water supply. This is especially toilsome during dry seasons. This year has seen...

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Difficult but not Disheartened

Posted Wednesday October 12, 2016 by Mustard Seed International

Site Report – PR Village By: Mrs. Wiwik The support providing education...

Site Report – PR Village By: Mrs. Wiwik The support providing education for fatherless children, orphans and those from broken homes is still going on strong. Starting from this July,...

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Difficult but not Disheartened

Challenges Faced

Posted Tuesday August 09, 2016 by Mustard Seed International

The majority of people living nearby P school come from low economic...

The majority of people living nearby P school come from low economic status and the parents of students cannot afford to pay for school. Many of the children receive aid...

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Testimony From The Field

Posted Thursday July 28, 2016 by Mustard Seed International

by Mrs. Arti Mothers who were walking their children to school started...

by Mrs. Arti Mothers who were walking their children to school started to gather for a free outreach clinic at P-School. The 60 people who were attended the clinic, each...

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It takes a whole village

Posted Thursday July 28, 2016 by Mustard Seed International

“It takes a whole village to raise a child.” – Nigerian proverb....

“It takes a whole village to raise a child.” – Nigerian proverb. This timeless and relevant Nigerian proverb echoes what was written in Ecclesiastes 4:9 -12. And the TransformNation Recruitment...

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