Raising up Joshuas in Zimbabwe!

Have you ever taken a child or a grandchild to a pediatrician's office? If you have, you've probably seen a familiar toy in the waiting room. It's usually a wooden block with large colorful beads threaded through a maze of crisscross wires. Children can push the beads up and down, back and forth along the wires on a rollercoaster ride. These toys have a multipurpose. Not only do they keep a child occupied and entertained while they wait, they also stimulate the child's mind with shapes, colors, counting, and hand-eye coordination. Troy Wallace, our CLD (Congregational and Leadership Development) director recently brought one of these toys with him to the Messianic Jewish congregation in Chaza, Zimbabwe. "I brought it because it per...

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