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Why The Tories Have Binned Their Pledge to Ban The Ivory Trade

I was lucky enough to grow up in a country where, throughout my childhood, I was able to see animals roaming around in their natural habitats. 615 more words


Being Called

“A calling is sturdy. I don’t have to protect it. I don’t need to be afraid of not getting every step right. Obviously, we need to be faithful to what’s revealed in Scripture, but we need to trust the Holy Spirit.

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Post One

My name is Sky and I have decided to start this blog to keep my supporters, friends and family updated as I experience Kenya as a volunteer. 52 more words


The women in my family

I come from a generation of broken women.

Of women who were “too strong” to be loved.

Of women who are too familiar with broken marriages, 52 more words

The Lalmba compound: 23 May 2017

There is the main clinic building with a reception area and 6 separate exam rooms, as well as an acute care area consisting of about 5 beds, each with a wooden frame and mosquito netting. 498 more words

Confronting Jihadism with Interfaith Education

Woolf Institute Alumnus Rev Martin Olando has recently co-authored a book on the power of education to combat extremism. Burying the Sword: Confronting Jihadism with Interfaith Education… 665 more words


Week Twelve - Ceremony

We enjoy meeting new people and celebrating with them in positive endeavors.

This time we were invited to a graduation ceremony and we did our best to capture the proceedings. 92 more words