Their strength comes from above.
They carry the hopes and dreams for their children. They fight against all odds to protect and provide for each child. When there is no one to fight on their behalf, they don’t give up. When they are weak with no one to care for them, they continue to care for others. When they feel like crying, they smile. When there is no money to provide food, they make sure their children eat something before they sleep.
Their strength is immeasurable. Their source of strength is not of this world. ROWAN is successful because of their determination and perseverance.
These Superheroes are the Mothers, and they are God’s angels here on earth.
The Mothers of ROWAN don’t know that there is a day on the calendar to honor them. But we do. And honor them we shall.
Here is what you can do!
Write an email to them, attaching a picture of you and your family or friends. Honor them and thank them for all they do for their family and community. Email it to info@loveROWAN.com
ROWAN will hand deliver these letters to them this Summer. We will honor them with your letters and a celebration just to honor them. Help us make that day a special one.
Contribute to the Mother’s Business Projects under Micro Enterprise
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Cindy Gibbs is a beautiful worship singer/songwriter out of Los Angeles who not only has a heart to reach the world with her music, but reach the nations with the Gospel. Cindy Gibbs brings a dynamic worship experience, as she truly believes the Holy Spirit transforms lives in those moments.
We are blessed to honor Cindy as one of ROWAN’s ambassadors, by joining with Cindy in hopes to use her music to help build awareness of our efforts in Uganda. As a traveling musician, speaker, and missionary herself, Cindy’s music is found in churches and events around the country.
Cindy will highlight the love, ROWAN jewelry collection as well as challenge people to join our amaka program!
Tweet with Cindy
ROWAN recently partnered with an organization called Wear i Give! This organization sells bracelets with beads, and each bead represents a cause! ROWAN now makes a paper bead which represents orphans and widows in Africa!
Seven Colorado Christian University students have stepped up to put AMAKA on the map of people’s hearts. The team has a passion for joining our orphans, widows, local staff, and fellow AMAKA members to one another across borders, and they are determined to do just that!
Together the AMAKA team has created an AMAKA forum, where those who are committed to investing in ROWAN at $5 or more can talk directly to the people on the ground! ROWAN believes that this connection will not only encourage those in the rural villages, but it will erase the terms “donor” and “beneficiaries.” ROWAN believes everyone is an equal family member who can speak and invest into each others lives. Investments can be financial, emotional and spiritual. In the end, this team knows that there just may be more investments coming from the Ugandan community to the outside world in forms of love, friendship, faith, and HOPE.
Consider joining AMAKA (which means family) and begin to build new friendships across borders with those you are impacting!