• We Are One: Confronting Racism in Society

    People are lifting their voices, hoisting signs, marching in the streets to demand change around the world. Their message is clear: racism and the stranglehold it has on the institutions meant to ensure safety, freedom, and equality for all will no longer be excused, overlooked, or tolerated. At Bridges of Peace and Hope we believe that […]

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  • 50 Capitals in 60 Seconds Challenge!

    Can you say all fifty capitals in less than sixty seconds?? It’s harder than it seems! Luckily, we have a ways you can take on this challenge! Classic Challenge For the motormouths out there we’ll keep it classic, record yourself reciting all 50 Capitals as fast as you can! The fastest will be featured in […]

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  • “Hello, My Friends!” A Greeting to the World

    Learn eighteen ways to greet the world in “Hello, My Friends!” by John Farrell! This song will teach you to greet half the world in kindness, do you know anymore ways to say hello? Sign-a-long, Sing-a-long, smile-a-long with John Farrell and Debra Aronson as they perform “It’s the Little Things”!

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  • Gratitude Attitude: Counting Our Blessings

    Giving Thanks with BoPH: Sing and Sign Along “One by One: A Thanksgiving Song” is a favorite from John Farrell’s album Season of Light, Hope and Peace. This song of immense gratitude is also a call to reflect on the things in life that bring us peace and to share that peace with others. Here at […]

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  • A Song About How Seeds Grow

    “All Around Us,” was originally recorded on John’s CD of the same title. Ann Marie teaches the hand motions that go along with the song, and adds her lovely singing. We recorded it in front of our garden where the plants are beginning to grow.

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  • John’s Journal: Spring Travel and A New Music Bridge

    Dear Friends, I hope this greeting finds you in good health. In this challenging time, we are exploring ways to stay connected while necessity keeps us apart. Vital restraints on public gatherings are changing life “as we know it,” affecting us all. While these hardships bring great suffering and sadness, the pandemic is also providing […]

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  • A Letter from the Leaders of Mukwashi Trust School

    Dear Friends & Supporters, Despite the lack of foreign news at the moment, we’re sure you know Covid-19 is also affecting southern Africa. Like most countries round the world, the Zambian government has restricted travel, told its people to stay home, and shut all schools and businesses. In these difficult times, we want you to […]

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  • An Earth Day Song

    “The Earth is what we all have in common.” – Wendell Berry On the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, Bridges of Peace and Hope would like to lift your spirits and celebrate the beautiful planet we call home with a song.  Learn the sign language to “The Earth is Our Home” with John Farrell and […]

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  • John’s Journal: Journeys in Life

    Our new year began with the joyous event of the marriage of our son Jack and Curtis Moeller. The ceremony and celebration were in Mesa, Arizona. Curtis’s family came from Missouri, and the Farrell’s arrived from Hong Kong, California, Virginia, NY and NH. It was the first time all our children had been together in […]

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  • Club News: Building Bridges of Hope

    Bridges of Peace and Hope would like to celebrate our BoPHoper’s and partners around the world who are doing their best to make a difference in so many fun and exciting ways! Congratulations to East Ridge Middle School, their Annual Thanksgiving Pie Sale raised $2,500 for Mukwashi Trust School!     Thank you to AIS Vienna, […]

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