Feed My Starving Children Marketplace

We’ve had it on our hearts to share with you about Feed My Starving Children Marketplace.

Note: This post is not an affiliate post. We love FMSC Marketplace, and we wanted to tell you all about it.

Christopher and Anna Marie first introduced us to this by giving Mary headbands from the marketplace. Last fall, Christopher, Joshua, Mary, and Anna volunteered one evening with a team to put together packets of food for children in need. (The parent website is called Feed My Starving Children.)

Feed My Starving Children marketplace not only provides income for artisans in poor countries but also helps to fund FMSC’ ministry to kids.

We love their mugs. I am serious. Love, love, LOVE them! They fit so well in your hand, they feel nice, and they come in gorgeous colors. What more could you want? (Note: we ordered several recently, and they didn’t have the Peace and Joy on them, so the items do vary some.)

Their headbands are versatile and great to pair with outfits. They’ve changed their style from a double band recently to a single, so here’s the closest to what Mary has. View the headband.

Their baskets are amazing. We gave the one above to Mom for Mother’s Day. The quality is extremely good, and I love the sea-green thread accent. They don’t have that exact one at the moment, but they offer a large assortment of baskets here.

With Christmas coming up, keep FMSC Marketplace in mind. It’s a great way to help those in need!


“But whoso hath this world’s good, and seeth his brother have need,
and shutteth up his bowels of compassion from him, how dwelleth
the love of God in him? My little children, let us not
love in word, neither in tongue; but in deed and in truth.”

1 John 3:17-18

Sarah’s New Book Launches Wednesday, November 14th

Sarah Maxwell

I’m so excited to share that you’ll be able to pre-order my new book, Wednesday, November 14th, at 8 am Central Time! I’ll have a blog post with all the details and a video launching at that time. We estimate books to begin shipping the week of November 26th.

Hint: This is a fiction kids’ book with brand-new characters, Emma, 10, and Ethan, 8, and set in an adorable small town.

Mark your calendars for November 14th.

Here are some comments from my test readers:

“Once again, Sarah captivates the hearts and minds of children while powerfully portraying the importance of Jesus in our everyday lives. This book is one that will be talked about at our house for many years to come.” Kelli, mom

“Another great adventure book by Sarah Maxwell. Every chapter left me hanging!” Ezra, 11


“Let the words of my mouth, and the
meditation of my heart, be acceptable in thy sight,
O LORD, my strength, and my redeemer.”
Psalm 19:14