“Called to self-emptying service.”

A New Exam Center

At HEAL sponsored “BOMCA” school in Akpim village, our Junior Secondary School (JSS) students (USA: grades 7-9) study hard each day in their dream to become the Servant Leaders (Mt. 20:28) of the future. Advancing to Senior Secondary School (SSS) entails passing the...

Campaign to Educate Our Children

Quality education is more of a luxury in Nigeria than an available necessity.  I wrote recently about how concern for day-to-day survival can diminish the importance of education in the minds of subsistence farming families.  This is one of the main challenges to...

Challenges in Educating Servant Leaders

HEAL draws 280 children to our three rural schools by offering necessities like food, shelter, water, and first aid that their parents alone struggle to provide. Then, Deacon Leo and the Messengers of Justice instill a great love for learning in the children every day...

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