Every face can tell a story. Faces can tell stories about the person’s situation and about the places where they live. Wherever I go to Ghana, I always come across faces that are different. Eventually, the faces describe the characteristic of the community. Communities represent different tribes, languages, and cultural beliefs that shape everyday life. The stories behind these faces are the most interesting to me.
One of the reasons we have the passion for being involved with this mission is seeing our own families in these faces. When we look at the faces of children in rural villages, we often see our children. Just imagine what it would be like to live in a place where clean water and healthcare did not exist. Just think about being born into a place where our children had little hope of a promising future because of the lack of basic needs like clean water, healthcare, education, and knowing the loving grace of Christ.