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DR Congo: UN Withdrawal Begins?

After a 16-year presence in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the largest UN peacekeeping operation in the world, MONUSCO, looks to finally be nearing its end. 500 more words

Geopolitics

Today we begin #KIVUHolyLand2015

Today’s the day I head back over to meet our students with the KIVU Gap Year in the Middle East.  We are going to survey the region where Jesus walked, and learn some incredible insights about how Jesus functioned in the days and years here on earth. 301 more words

Andy's Life

What College Students Think About Today?

Yesterday, I had a chance to re-connect with one of our KIVU Gap Year Alumni in Denver. Kristen Hendrix was a part of our world adventure a couple of years ago, and has now become a part of our larger network of friends around the world. 1,016 more words

Andy's Life

On Top of the World

They made it!! The KIVU Gap Year class spent the last week ascending the highest free-standing mountain in the world!!  At the top of Kilimanjaro, you can look out over the continent of African and literally see for hundreds of miles.   960 more words

Andy

Bukavu: marche de soutien à Vital Kamerhe

Une marche de soutien à Vital Kamerhe a été organisée mardi 3 janvier  dans l’avant-midi dans la ville de Bukavu par la fédération du Sud-Kivu de l’Union pour la nation congolaise (UNC). 265 more words

News

KIVU 2015 Holy Land Trip

I’ve recently had some e-mails regarding the KIVU trip to the Holy Land, and I’m so excited.  We’ll be spending two separate weeks in March tracking where Jesus walked from the North part of Israel all the way to Jerusalem. 941 more words

Andy's Life

Lake Kivu: Explosive If Unexploited

Lake Kivu is at risk of exploding from built up gases. The 18th largest lake in the world has dissolved gases composed majorly of 300 cubic kilometres of carbon dioxide and 60 cubic kilometres of methane, trapped below 260 metres depth. 286 more words