To inspire every mother to train her children in the way to an abundant life through a rainbow of living foods and proactive healthy habits.
We help faith-communities promote a culture of health to improve the health of our children.
M.O.R.E.—an acronym for “Moms Organized for Raw Eating”. This movement organizes mothers to become actively engaged in teaching children the importance of eating “MORE” rainbows. It builds on the firm foundation of the Eight Laws of Health attractively presented through the R.A.I.N.B.O.W.S acronym—“Rest, Activity, In-Control, Nutrition, Believe, Oxygen, Water, Sunshine.”
Advocating and coordinating efforts to promote healthy behaviors in children is a worthy effort that is often found in the hands of women. Mothers have a unique opportunity as agents of change to model healthy food preferences and lifestyle habits in the lives of their children. Furthermore, faith-empowered mothers are a transformational force to reach beyond the lives of their own families and influence entire communities.
M.O.R.E. is a non-profit ministry who depends on the financial gifts of our friends. If you have a passion to see the RAINBOWS curriculum for kids made available to churches, schools, and other local community groups, please consider making a donation. A kid somewhere will be blessed by your generosity.
We rest our faith in the fundamental belief that our bodies are the “temple of the Holy Spirit” and that we are “bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are God’s” (I Corinthian 6:19, 20). This places infinite importance upon teaching our children that their greatest asset is in themselves. Engaging in positive lifestyle habits early in life promotes life-long optimal health and strengthens faith toward eternal fitness.
It is vital for us to intentionally take up this work of healing that our Lord Jesus begun and enjoined us to share in His medical ministry work. If left undone, this generation of children could represent the first generation in history to have a shorter lifespan than their parents.
About Green Team
Charmaine Vierra enjoys creating living brushstrokes of flavor in the kitchen. In 2003, she was diagnosed with Stage 4 double-negative breast cancer. Her journey has led her to joyfully embrace a plant-based diet and physically active lifestyle. Her passion is to help children build confidence with plant-based culinary skills and healthy choices. She has instructed cooking classes around the world. She is a graduate of the Living Light Culinary Institute and completing a Ph.D. in Health Education and Promotion.
Tania Hassounia is a New Zealand illustrator, solopreneur and founder of Drawer Full of Giants. She is your ideas girl, lover of the color blue and living outside the box. With a BA in Visual Communication tucked up under her belt Tania is not limited to ‘just’ earning a living. In 2014 she was named one of “100 People Doing Extraordinary Things” while living out of two bags as she travels, ‘gives back’ her business services though volunteering, and works remotely around the world. Join the adventure by following Tania and her work around the world on social media and though drawerfullofgiants.com
Anya Warda is a native to Poland, and earned a BA from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As a passionate creator of stunning images of families, children, and nature Anya also has a devotion to natural health and healing. At 26 Anya was diagnosed with a painful and crippling disease that she was able to completely reverse through changing her diet and lifestyle. Today Anya is a walking testimony to the Biblical laws of health which can also be seen in her photography of delicious vegan food. Anya currently resides in Sacramento, California.