A Burundian tanner who is creating income for 50+ people in one of the world’s materially poorest countries. A Filipino ice cream seller who wouldn’t put up with sexual harassment at work and now owns her own ice cream business selling to some of the best restaurants and hotels in her city. A Sri Lankan farmer who overcame her husband’s war-inflicted disability and now has a thriving farm and is helping her neighbors with theirs. There are the short stories of our 2018 Lydia Award finalists. Click here to read their full stories and vote online for your favorite. Then plan to join us for our Lydia Awards Celebration on Saturday, August 11, 2018, 6-8 pm in Room 205 of the Grace Chapel Adult Learning Center, 2 Militia Drive, Lexington, MA. We thank God for how He is blessing these micro-entrepreneurs and blessing countless others through them.