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Meet Joe

Like my dad, I was born in inner City New York, where I, my parents, and my older sister lived.  My parents had the best of intentions for our family when they decided to move us from the inner city’s bad happenings.  My family traveled...

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Daisy

“If I didn’t have the support I received through the Servant Leadership Program and from my parents, I think my story would have ended in tragedy” Meet Daisy!   Sharing Daisy’s story allows us to highlight many of the Center for Sharing’s servant led communities.  Daisy...

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Opportunity: Lizbeth Mendoza

When Lizbeth Mendoza moved into Tierra Vida (one of the center for sharing’s sister organizations), she had no idea what kind of an impact the community would play on her future. Lizbeth and her family experienced some demanding times after her father was diagnosed with...

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Trip of Perspective to Uganda

July 16-24, 2015 Those Travelling: Jermaine Broetje, Suzanne Broetje, Cheryl Broetje Purpose of Trip: to Learn more about children of war, especially child soldiers Wilberforce Onyango administrates for ALARM, an NGO working in Uganda. He was #6 of 14 children his mother was left with by a polygamist...

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Kenya Trip September 2015

Visit to SLEC, Kenya August 28-September 6, 2015 Traveling; Glenn Cross and Cheryl Broetje Notes by: Cheryl Broetje Purpose of Trip: To Visit SLEC, (a Servant Leadership Environmental Conservation organization CFS assisted in birthing as a result of the SL courses we taught in Kenya) and help evaluate where...

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Growing

What would a community look like if it was built on the foundation of service to one another? That was the mindset behind Tierra Vida, a community birthed out of this vision. Since its creation almost 10 years ago, the development has grown into a flourishing community. Many of it’s first children are now young adults and high school students. A large percentage of kids in east Pasco are ones who have been marginalized, or fall under the poverty line. However, those that have grown up within Tierra Vida have had the unique opportunity to have people speaking love, respect, and service into their lives at home. One of these Students is Jose Claro.
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