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The kids singing a song to the parents at Embracing Hope Ethiopia's KG1 Graduation and School Year's End Celebration.
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Habtamu introducing himself and leading the preschoolers through the beginning of the body parts song.
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Our Facebook page and Twitter handle are now live with GoodWorld's #donate technology! This means you can support Embracing Hope’s mission by simply commenting #donate beneath any of our posts (ex. #donate $50). You can also use Twitter by tweeting #donate $50@EmbracingHopeET.

Attention all Financial Supporters. Embracing Hope is switching over our giving platform. If you have been giving through E-giving, you now can give at www.EmbracingHopeEthiopia.com/donate-now . There you can setup recurring gifts as well as make one time donations.

If you are a recurring giver, please drop us an email at info@embracinghopeethiopia.com. We'll make sure that your old Egiving account is canceled and you get switched over to our new platform.

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For the almost 30 HIV positive families EHE serves, your partnership is vital in bringing not only change - but for survival. Interested in sponsoring an HIV + family, please message us.

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Looking for ways to encourage workers overseas? This is a great resource to check out and put some of these ideas into action! http://supportaworker.org

Whether you’ve supported a worker for 10 minutes or 10 years, there is always something new to learn. Supportaworker.org will help you discover the range of ways you can bless and serve workers.
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Please join us in praying for Embracing Hope's staff today. 60 Staff members work tirelessly on the ground to ensure the poorest of the poor families are served with the love of Jesus in Word and Deed. Pray that they might sense His encouragement today!

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Attention all Financial Supporters. Embracing Hope is switching over our giving platform. If you have been giving through E-giving, you now can give at www.EmbracingHopeEthiopia.com/donate-now . There you can setup recurring gifts as well as make one time donations.

If you are a recurring giver, please drop us an email at info@embracinghopeethiopia.com. We'll make sure that your old Egiving account is canceled and you get switched over to our new platform.

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"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much." Helen Keller -- Thank you for friends for your partnership which means we are seeing incredible life changes right in front of our eyes.

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Attention all Financial Supporters. Embracing Hope is switching over our giving platform. If you have been giving through E-giving, you now can give at www.EmbracingHopeEthiopia.com/donate-now . There you can setup recurring gifts as well as make one time donations.

If you are a recurring giver, please drop us an email at info@embracinghopeethiopia.com. We'll make sure that your old Egiving account is canceled and you get switched over to our new platform.

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Merry Ethiopian Christmas... A Great Christmas Celebration with over 200 Embracing Hope School Children -

On Sunday, January 7th we celebrated Orthodox (Ethiopian) Christmas here in Ethiopia.  Merry Ethiopian Christmas to your family! On Friday we gathered over 200 of our children from Nursery School through Grade 3 for a presentation by our Spiritual Ministry about Jesus’ coming.   It was amazing a...
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Maybe its the fact that we used to dress up in bathrobes and wear aluminum foil crowns that skewed me from ever pushing toward a deeper understanding of the Magi. But I love how author Kenneth Bailey helps to clarify the issue…and surprises us by pointing to the likelihood that those Magi came from the Arab Peninsula, an area today that is majority Muslim.

Bailey writes, "Justin Martyr (in 160 AD) writes, 'The wise men from Arabia came to Bethlehem and worshiped the child a...nd offered to him gifts, gold, and frankincense and myrrh.' In the 1920’s a British scholar, E.F.F. Bishop, visited a Bedouin tribe in Jordan. This Muslim tribe bore the Arabic name al-Kokabani. The word kokab means planet and al-Kaokabani means ‘Those who study / follow the planets.’ Bishop asked the elders of the tribe why they called themselves by such a name. They replied that it was because their ancestors followed the planets and traveled west to Palestine to show honor to the great prophet Jesus when he was born.”

Kenneth Bailey sees this movement of Arab Magi to visit Jesus as a fulfillment of Isaiah 60, “And nations shall come to your light, and kinds to the brightness of your rising.”

Muslims have long been drawn to honor Jesus. Today, all across the Arab Peninsula and throughout the Middle East, may they be drawn to Him and to a fuller understanding of who He is… just like those first Arab Magi.

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From all of our Ethiopian Staff - Melkam Gena - Merry Ethiopian Christmas. Today is Christmas Day in Ethiopia!

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Recent report states that Turkey is home to 1.5 Million Syrian refugee children. Pray for these children. May they come to know The Prince of Peace. May their darkness end and healing begin... article is linked below.. https://goo.gl/hgmFua foto byTrocaire, creativecommons

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Simeon took Jesus in his arms and praised God, saying:
“Sovereign Lord, as you have promised, you may now dismiss your servant in peace. For my eyes have seen your salvation, which you have prepared in the sight of all nations: a light for revelation to the Gentiles, and the glory of your people Israel.” Jesus, light of the nations...empower us to make you known.

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Your Year End Gift means that children in need get to attend Embracing Hope's school every day where they are provided a quality education among caring, loving teachers. www.EmbracingHopeEthiopia.com/donate-now/

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Your Year End Gift means that the poorest of the poor Children receive Day Care and Nutrition every day! Help us to help more. www.EmbracingHopeEthiopia.com/donate-now/

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