In January 2017, Canadian Grade 5 teacher, Audrey McGregor, began an inspiring project – “Write to Hope” – spanning 3,000 kms, connecting her students at Trinity Christian School in Burlington, ON with a class at La Esperanza Christian School in the Dominican Republic.

In August, “The Blessing Garden” rolled off the press – marking the completion of a story written by students from two different schools, in two different countries.

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Monday, April 2, 2018

HANDS: Blessed and a Blessing 0 comments

Rita Fluit, past HANDS team member, shares how HANDS impacted her – and impacted the community she served.

What made you want to join or lead a HANDS team?

EduDeo is an organization supported by our churches and I was familiar with their vision and mission statements. When opportunity arose, I felt called by God to go on a trip with other people I knew. It was through that trip that I really saw the impact that Christian education was having on the lives of the students, parents and communities of Nicaragua. The whole experience did not leave us unchanged either!

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Monday, March 19, 2018

The Global Movement of Education + Gospel 0 comments

I just returned from the Africa RoundTable Conference hosted by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) Africa. Representatives from over 20 African countries gathered together – and I was honoured to be a part of it. We met to discuss how partnership can advance Christ-centred education across the continent. Three of our partners – from Ghana, Rwanda and Ethiopia – were also attending. And that says something to me…

EduDeo Ministries is part of something much bigger than ourselves.

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Monday, March 5, 2018

Reflections and Transformative Experiences - Learning From and With Each Other 0 comments

Canadian Learning Leader Robert Koole, assisted by Phocas Ngendahayo and Stephen Rudakemwa, are facilitating a biblical worldview and values module to a group of 19 educational leaders from Rwanda and Uganda at the Abundant Learning Institute (ALI) in Kigali, Rwanda.

Saturday February 24th was umuganda day in Rwanda – a day once a month when the entire country shuts down for four hours to take part in government-mandated community service. “Umuganda,” is a Kinyarwanda word that can be translated as “coming together in common purpose to achieve an outcome.”

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