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Understanding Orphans


            At first when Ms. Wrenne assigned me this topic I thought this will be a challenge because this matter is so broad, however, I will try to focus on its nursing side, its aspects of how it affects human growth and development, as well as its psychological and physiological impact on their development. 1,780 more words

6 famous people whose lives started after adoption…

These are people that refused to let anything hold them back.  They succeeded/continue to succeed in making a positive difference in the world today.

Babe Ruth… 305 more words

Evangel Pacific Charters Mission in Kenya, Pastor Thomas Mwaniki official EPM Representative there

LOS ANGELES — Evangel Pacific Ministries announced that it has officially chartered a mission in Kenya.

Giasaiga Church of God under Pastor Thomas Mwaniki is the official Evangel Pacific Ministries Mission for all of Kenya. 46 more words

Threatened, by Eliot Schrefer

Summary:  Luc is an orphan, living in debt slavery in Gabon, until he meets a Professor who claims to be studying chimpanzees, and they head off into the jungle–but when the Professor disappears, Luc has to fend for himself and join forces with the chimps to save their forest.


Find it at WCPL


Never the Same - How Pamba Toto Began

We’ve never been the same after just a few short weeks in the summer of 2002.

I led a team of six college and two high school students in serving at the Mother Teresa Home for Abandoned Children in Nairobi as part of the InterVarsity Kenya Global Project, directed by my good friends Brian and Debbie Lee. 860 more words

Spiritual Journey

National Allegories: The Family and The Nation

Allegories for the situation of the Brazilian nation are often mapped on to family relationships or structures within film. These kinds of allegories can be used both (1) to indicate perceived problems with or fears for the national future; and (2) to celebrate the nation and confirm its sense of identity. 441 more words

Where'd My Joy Go?

For a while now, I have been struggling with myself and my inability to embrace joy. I’m generally a happy person, but happiness and joy are two completely different things and I am in the middle of trying to figure out how to get past some things that seem to be in the way of being a better friend, husband, father, and servant of God. 497 more words