|Homeschoolers Making a Difference in the World, Part 2||Vol. 79, Prg. 26–30|
January 7–11, 2008
Mission-minded homeschoolers are making an impact across the globe: from providing economic development to underdeveloped countries, teaching English as a second language in China to caring for orphans in Africa.
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After earning his master’s degree in international business administration, Michael Shipe joined Pioneers International as a missions team member. After a year of raising support, Shipe started with Bajalia Trading Company in the international operations department, communicating with foreign partners on order fulfillment and business development.
Africa was placed on the heart of Kimberlee Bloom as a child and, after completing highschool, God took her straight onto the mission field to serve with Every Orphan’s Hope (EOH) in Zambia. There she carried out the mission of the organization to share the love of Jesus Christ with orphans affected and infected by the AIDS pandemic. After spending over a year on the ground in Zambia, Kimberlee continues to serve the ministry stateside as she waits to see how God will take her back to Africa. While in the United States, she lives with her family in Virginia, assists with the homeschooling of her siblings, works for HSLDA in the Communications Department and fulfills other ministry opportunities as they arise.
Tia Ly is a 19-year-old homeschool graduate and sophomore at Patrick Henry College. She is a CLA Education major and wants to go into the mission field after graduation.
Along with her studies, she plays soccer, leads worship in chapel, and helps
backstage with PHC’s Eden Troupe productions. After growing up in the
Washington/Oregon area for most of her life, Tia’s family moved
to Shanghai, China, when her father was transferred there for work. She lived
there with her family until 2006, when she came to attend Patrick Henry