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Always Enough

In my short life experience, I have discovered that we respond more to the Lord when we are in pain.  It seems that when I look back, the most painful places in my life have brought me closer to God and more in tune with what the Holy Spirit is doing.  639 more words

Digging Deeper Into Truth

Life in Namaacha

Usually a picture tells a thousand words, but sometimes it takes a story to create understanding.  The American media can easily portray Africa as a land of poverty, AIDS, war, famine, and dirty water.  982 more words


A Morning Walk

Last Tuesday morning I took a walk, which is not abnormal, but this one ended up not being so normal. I normally walk up to what we call “the prayer house,”  an old abandoned house, to the south of us, but on this morning the Lord seemed to tell me to go the opposite direction, to the North, where there is a poor residential area with a lot of people. 557 more words


New Jersey Volunteer Takes Students Online in Mozambique

When Veronica Armstead-Williams, 24, left her home in Moorestown, N.J. to depart for service in Mozambique, she prepared to work as a secondary English education Volunteer at a local school. 553 more words

Peace Corps

Mozambique Community Care Program Assessment

Mozambique Program Assessment: Community Care for Vulnerable Children in an Integrated Vulnerable Children and Home-Based Care Program

In Mozambique, the Community Care Program (Programa de Cuidados Comunitários, or PCC in Portuguese) is a five-year project (2010-2015) that seeks to strengthen the response to HIV and AIDS, specifically support to orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) and home-based care (HBC) service provision for people living with HIV and AIDS (PLHIV), in seven focus provinces through a network of community-based organizations (CBOs). 226 more words


Mozambique Elections Could Mark Turning Point

Dr. John Stremlau is vice president for peace programs at The Carter Center.

Last week, I was in Mozambique to observe the country’s fifth national election since the end of a bitter civil war that raged for 15 years following the country’s independence from Portugal in 1975. 501 more words


Navigating a Labyrinth of Information

by Tarika Sankar

I think I could probably get lost in the oceans of information accessible to a student at a major research university, and spend the rest of my life wandering through the stacks while my family wonders how it is possible to go missing in a library. 418 more words