A Teacher Worthy of Honor

By Dr. Stella Kasirye

Malawi Country Team Leader: Peachtree Tubepoka Malawi Legacies

He comes to the front as his name is called out with his wife in tow. He has a questioning look on his face wondering what this is about. He is not used to being the centre of attention. Winfore Kanyika, like the biblical Mordecai, is about to be honoured, an honour that is long overdue. He is given a hand pedaled trike, a gift from His Wheels International. The questioning look is replaced with pure joyful disbelief. Winfore’s wife is dumbfounded.



 By Dr. Stella Kasirye

Malawi Country Team Leader: Peachtree Tubepoka Malawi Legacies

Wezi Phiri breaks out into a song of praise and gratitude, “Jalawe lange ndi Yesu,” meaning Jesus is my rock. His mother who is also his Sunday school teacher, joins him and they flit back and forth across the stage of Chitipa Africa International Church. The reason for their joy is that Wezi has just received a hand pedalled trike from His wheels International (more…)

FrankiSense & More

This Thursday, September 21st , 2017 from 1:00 to 2:00 pm EST Alice will be talking with Frankie Picasso about her new book, Pray 10K, on FrankieSense & More.   Listeners can tune in here and clicking on the ‘LISTEN LIVE’ button on the upper right corner during the live broadcast and listen to it 48 hours later from itunes  and The Good Radio Network.

December Newsletter 2016

His Wheels International’s December 2016, Update

In this issue Alice attempts to answer this question. “Where does His Wheels find their ministry contacts and partners?”

Christmas holds the mysterious answer to this question. If you want to know more, we encourage you to read the December newsletter 2016.

From the HWI team to your family we pray that as you ponder the mystery of the Christ Child this Christmas season you will be filled with blessing and hope.

Merry Christmas

Safari Seat

Today I, Alice, from HWI met with Cara, who is part of   Safari Seat, for an introductory meeting. Thanks to Skype I was able to be in my home in the USA and Cara in England. Through our discussion we discovered many common goals between our two organizations.

  1. Providing a mobility product for those with lower extremity disabilities.
  2. Helping to find ways for those in under developed parts of the world to be able to build the product.
  3. Providing the product design as an open source model.

It is encouraging and energizing to collaborate with those doing similar mobility development work who share some of the same goals. We look forward to continuing to build a development mobility collaboration, one connection at a time, sharing our resources, learning from each other, and working together.