Martiza had one question for her parents: could she go with her brother to school? She asked time and time again but was told no – because Martiza has Mohebius Syndrome. With her physical limitations, no schools would open their doors to her.

Martiza’s brother when to Ramon Reinoso School in the Dominican Republic, and her parents approached them to see if Martiza could join their school community. They said, “By all means.”

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Monday, March 4, 2019

Story of Transformation: Edward 0 comments

Each year, CCAP – EduDeo's partner in Zambia – identifies orphans and vulnerable children who would benefit from additional financial support, as school fees are often a barrier to students furthering their education. Edward knows this barrier well.

After writing all of his grade 9 final examinations, Edward was not selected to move to grade 10, as his parents could not afford to pay his school fees. One day, Edward went to school, asking teachers if they could help with the school fees – but they couldn’t.

Edward shares: “But God is good and He always finds a way for his children.”

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Tuesday, February 19, 2019

An Urgent Call to Pray for Haiti 0 comments

You may have heard about the recent crisis in Haiti, of the violent demonstrations, lack of access to food and water, and the public’s fear for safety. The protests experienced in July and November 2018 have now resurfaced, and the situation is more dire than ever before.

EduDeo and its Haitian partners, CRECH, remain convinced that even in the darkest of times, Christ is still present. We also firmly believe that education filled with Christ’s Good News is the key to a future free of violence, fear, and uncertainty

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Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Story of Transformation: Ruth 0 comments

Ruth, a teacher with over 25 years of experience, came to the Isaiah 29:18 Deaf Christian School in 2004. After teaching Grade 2, Ruth became principal of the school.  

After some time, she noticed that while there was great attention on the students hearing and language difficulties, they weren’t being cared for spiritually. That’s when ACECEN – EduDeo's partner in Nicaragua – stepped in and became a blessing through Biblical worldview training.  

Ruth has observed teachers with a greater commitment to their roles, parents who are more involved in their child’s education and students who are changing their behaviour 

“ACECEN has been the instrument God is using to unite the spiritual to the work we are doing with students,” Ruth says.  

JOIN RUTH IN PRAYER: Today, give thanks for ACECEN, and pray for the teachers, students, and families impacted by the Isaiah 29:18 Deaf Christian School in Nicaragua. 

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