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A Story of Forgiveness

A Story of Forgiveness

There are times when the idea of forgiveness seems unfathomable. What good would forgiving someone for some heinous act do? Often, the need to seek vengeance outweighs the need to grieve and forgive. Time and time again we have seen specific groups of people blamed...
Small Successes, Big Hopes

Small Successes, Big Hopes

“I am a life that was changed.” There’s a song called, “Thank You” that keeps repeating in my head today. The lyrics read, “thank you for giving to the Lord, I am a life that was changed.” A generous supporter of Harper Hill...
A Future of Hope

A Future of Hope

Machozi (meaning “tears”) came to the Mama Lynn Center at only 14 years old – an orphan and one of the youngest victims to show up at the Center. The Women Arise from Stigma workshop had just finished when I walked outside and met her. Now part of the...