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Texas Teens Raise Funds for Ghana Care Center

A group of 15 Mansfield High students are putting their ideas into action. After hearing about Touch A Life at Highland Church of Christ in Abilene, Texas, Molly Phillips encouraged her girls' Bible study to get involved and help fundraise for a...

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Volunteer Spotlight on Sylvia

We may be biased, but we have the BEST volunteers! They are so amazing that we are dedicating a blog series to their stories and the impact they've had on the work that Touch A Life does around the world. The first volunteer we are featuring is...

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A Nashville Dinner Party

High school students Rachel Blue and Casey Flow were back at home in Nashville, but they couldn't stop thinking about the kids they had met in Ghana last summer. Rachel and Casey had been on a small team of students lead by Jamie and Lauren Burton...

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It’s Time for Yoga

On our team's most recent trip to Ghana, we had the opportunity to take a private yoga class! Bliss Yoga hosted the women from our team and the oldest Touch A Life girls who live and study in Accra. The studio owner, Nana, created a wonderful...

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A Family’s Heart for Ghana

Earlier this spring, Kristi Schofield and her family traveled to the Touch A Life Care Center in Kumasi with her husband and children. When she returned, Kristi wanted to share this reflection about her visit, and the impact that it made on her...

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Care Center Visitors

Last week our children had some special visitors! Becky and Natalie are traveling through Ghana with the Association of Baptists for World Evangelism Mission Board to research various child care centers and orphanages. Touch A Life's Care Center in...

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First Aid Kits for Ghana

One high school biology class paired their study of the immune system with a passion for helping others and their project will be traveling to Ghana this spring! The AP Biology class at New Tech High @ Coppell, lead by Senior Science Facilitator...

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A Handmade Valentine Fundraiser

A simple paper valentine can be a symbol of love, but it can also be a symbol of freedom. The Harpeth Hills Church of Christ Youth Group, part of our Nashville Find Your Mark chapter, took the initiative to create and sell handmade Valentine's Day...

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How to Make Your Own Wish Doll

For the month of February, we are talking about how art work is heart work! Our team has seen first-hand the incredible way that creating a piece of art can bring healing to a child who has been exploited, or anyone who has been through a traumatic...

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Both of My Moms

This month we are featuring stories from Southeast Asia and the Touch A Life programs there. This week we have a special blog post written by Pam Cope's daughter, Tatum. Tatum was adopted from Vietnam in October of 2001 and recently went back to...

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