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Kids Say the Funniest Things

I haven’t talked too much about my kids yet, which is a shame because they’re the best part of my trip. I teach class 5, which are 9 to 12 year olds. 860 more words

Convoy of Hope: Building Sustainable Lives Through Community Development

When I first heard what Convoy of Hope wanted all of us in the group to put fresh eyes into helping them draw up a plan for sustainability of their feeding, and women’s empowerment programs, I had a nightmare flashback to one such plan Samaritan’s Purse had done a few years ago with a church group. 465 more words


Maasai Women: Gift Of Empowerment

Look into those eyes. What do you see? A child with a backpack? What about those brown eyes? The ones piercing into the your soul. What do you see? 569 more words


Staying at the Arusha Coffee Lodge

The Arusha Coffee Lodge is the perfect place to start or end an East African safari. The plantation was our first stop on our 12 day safari adventure. 321 more words


Ubuntu: Poverty Cannot Destroy It

The definition of poverty means both (1) materially poor, having little or no money or goods or other means of support. Dependent on charity or public support, (2) faithful among God’s people who have a heart for the poor, attitude as the poor and are totally dependent on God. 407 more words


Expats in Arusha

Currently watching Girlboss on Netflix, kindly provided by my brother. Here we are in Moshono, Arusha, Tanzania and it’s been a fantastic day. Through work at the School of St Jude’s we get to see how locals really live and check on the home life of students. 93 more words


Why Tanzania?

The question most asked when I tell people Tanzania is where Northwest University is being called to serve in community development. The thing is most have heard of this country from stories of daring climbers who summit Mt. 260 more words