• The New Rice & Beans Month Devotional Book Is Here!

    Lahash International would love to share A Common Meal with you! This book represents the heart of our annual Rice & Beans Month event. It contains daily devotions to help adults and kids engage spiritually. It lays out all the practical aspects of participation, including lots of recipes and tips. It holds beautiful stories of how lives have been changed over first five years of Rice & Beans Month. Whether you are new to the idea ...

    Posted at February 3, 2015 | By : | Categories : Blog | 0 Comment
  • New Video – Blessed

    We are excited to share our new video for 2015 titled "Blessed". This video is of the Lahash team and our partners speaking from the Gospel of Matthew (chapter 5 verses 1-16).   Blessed from Lahash International on Vimeo.  

    Posted at January 13, 2015 | By : | Categories : Blog,Video | 0 Comment
  • Reviving Christmas

    Article by Jen Johnson It’s rarely possible for donors or sponsors to witness the children’s eyes lighting up as they receive their Christmas gifts. These stories will let you peek in on those magical moments at two of our partnerships in Tanzania. Each specially chosen gift not only makes a huge difference in a child’s daily life, but serves as an important reminder that they are “specially chosen” too. [caption id="attachment_5009" align="alignleft" width="225" caption="A child at Path ...

    Posted at December 9, 2014 | By : | Categories : Blog,Christmas,GHMD,Hope Is Alive,Sponsorship,Tanzania,Video | 0 Comment
  • Don’t Give Up the Fight – World AIDS Day 2014

    Chances are, if you’re reading this, you’re not only personally affected by, but personally invested in doing something about the issue of HIV-AIDS crisis in East Africa – beyond the point of simply “making people aware” of the issue. But how do we do that? How do we move into action? And how can other people who may not be personally connected ...

    Posted at December 1, 2014 | By : | Categories : AIDS,Blog | 0 Comment
  • More Than a Mentor

    Written by Clark Blakeman When Reverend Fabian of St. Luke’s Church of Uganda accepted the challenge to become the first mentor in the Stand With Students: Higher Education Program, he didn’t realize the rewards would be so... mutual. He can’t help but chuckle as he talks about his relationship with Sekwat. After knowing Sekwat for years as a church member, the mentoring process fostered a much deeper connection. He says, “What was meant to be a ...

    Posted at October 29, 2014 | By : | Categories : Blog,Stand With Students,Tanzania | 0 Comment
  • 26Together Kitchen Project – New Video

    Our dear friend Sarah Night is a social worker at Amazing Grace Children's Home (and a former resident of the home). She explains about the need and the dreams of our Kitchen Project at Amazing Grace. Amazing Grace Kitchen Project - #26Together from Lahash International on Vimeo. There are a lot of great events happening around the world. Go visit to create your own team and get involved. ...

  • Introducing 26Together – Help build a kitchen for the Amazing Grace kids

    This last Monday 26 of our Lahash team members in Portland crammed into our office kitchen to make the video below. 26Together - Lahash Kitchen! from Lahash International on Vimeo. We’ve had a request from the Amazing Grace Children’s home in northern Uganda to help build a new kitchen for the 26 kids and staff that live there. And we want to answer that request! Right now the kids and the ...

  • 26Together: Movin’ Right Along

    Does anyone remember The Muppet Movie from a while back? The one where Kermit dreams of going to Hollywood and making it big on the silver screen?  Along the way Kermit picks up other Muppets with the same dream and they form a band of friends who eventually make it there and accomplish what they set out to do.  In the end they have a motivating story to tell.

    Posted at September 26, 2014 | By : | Categories : Blog | 0 Comment
  • Teach Us To Pray

    Article written by Dan Holcomb, Executive Director of Lahash International It is still dark when the twelve orphaned kids at Mama Susan Tabia’s home in Kampala, Uganda, wake up to start the day. The two oldest boys, Noel and Wani, help the younger children get ready as well as preparing themselves for another day of study in secondary school. Noel dreams of becoming a doctor or an engineer one day. “It’s important to the people of ...

    Posted at September 19, 2014 | By : | Categories : Blog,Hope Is Alive,IWASSRU,Stand With Students,Uganda | 0 Comment
  • Africa, There And Back Again

    Written by Judith Devillers, Lahash Finance Director Like a Hobbit, I am not made for adventure. I had many reasons for not going to Africa with the Lahash team — I’m too old, I’m not a good traveler (in fact I dislike any kind of traveling), and then perhaps more importantly the question, why go? I had no mission to accomplish, and nothing I felt I could contribute to those we were visiting. I asked God, “What do you ...

    Posted at August 29, 2014 | By : | Categories : Blog,GHMD,Sponsorship,Tanzania | 2 Comments
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