Saturday, September 29, 2018


How many times have you heard that from your kids or co-workers?

The words and/or the same thoughts erupt in marriage also. The chores in the home are divided or sometimes neglected. Sharing responsibilities at home can be a tense topic. Many people look at the work of keeping a home as drudgery.
  • What does that mean about that person’s perspective? 
  • How does that impact the marriage or the home? 
  • What level of participation should the children have? 
  • How do we get the work done? 
These topics and more are included on our blog, Working Hard or Hardly Working?

THANKS again to many donors to the WISDOM school chapel project, God is doing something amazing at WCS! We feel very blessed to be a part of it. He has touched many hearts to fund the work at the school. The slab is poured, the wall are going up. To keep up with what’s happening at WCS, go to the school's Facebook page or website.

We will be returning to Zambia in January to dedicate the new chapel! We can’t wait to see it. We are anxious to worship in that space with the church there.

We are still praying for more funding for the school lunch program. We currently feed the children one lunch per week. Our goal is to raise enough money to feed ALL the children on every school day.

  • 50¢ = 1 meal/day for 1 child
  • $200 = 1 meal/day for ALL 400 children
  • $4,000 = 20 meals (1 month) for ALL 400 children 
  • $36,000  = 1 meal/day for all 400 children for every school day for the whole school year
For more info or to donate, click here.

THANK YOU for your continued prayers, support, and encouragement. We could not do what we do without YOU!

Our love in Christ,

Donna and Ed Edwards

P.S. Please pray for OUR wisdom as we counsel and as we raise funds to feed the Children of WISDOM.
The water that I will give him will
become in him a well of water springing up to eternal life. 
John 4:14b 
LIVING WELL is a life source, not a life style.