I had put up a short post the day before Valentine's Day. It was outside of my usual posting every two weeks. But I had found a Valentine's card that I had given to Debbie and thought I would post a scan of the card.
Today I was wondering if this was a week when I am supposed to post, I thought to myself, No, I posted on Valentine's Day. That makes this your off week. So here I am suddenly realizing that I was wrong. So, this will be a short post.
I've written in the past about Tanzania and what a gift a scholarship is. (https://www.timkwrites.com/blog/bega-kwa-bega-scholarships) I'm very pleased that my church, Shepherd of the Hills in Shoreview, MN had decided that this year any money given during our Wednesday evening Lenten services will be used for scholarships for our children in our partner congregation of Kidamali in Tanzania.
I wrote before about how a scholarship is a triple gift. The recipient of the scholarship benefits by getting an education. The school depends on scholarship money for it's budget to operate. And Tanzania benefits when these students graduate and start having an impact on society.
If you'd like to help out with our fundraising here's a link to the Giving page on Shepherd's website. (https://www.sohsv.org/your-giving-makes-a-difference.html) You can give via text or online. Just make sure you mark you contribution as "Other" and put Lent or Scholarships in the description.
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