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Hashtag Humanitarians; The Rise of Online Activists and Support Groups.

A common sight during rush hour in the public service buses is heads bowed, phones out and earphones out. The earphones are usually to block out the offending music, deter conversation with the person seated next to you or listen to videos sent Via chat apps like WhatsApp or social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. 541 more words


Rhino Charge 2015

Here we go again… We joined up with friends and the KVC team to help man one of the 13 checkpoints for the Rhino Charge.  This year the event was held in Kalepo (Namunyak Conservancy) in the Samburu county.  130 more words

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DOOR Video #4: The Need for a Signed Bible

“Produced with the great work of Harvest Media, DOOR staff members explain and show what a sign language Bible translation looks like, and why it is so essential for the Deaf.” 7 more words

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DOOR Video #3: Equipping the Deaf

“Deaf people are the best people to reach other Deaf with the gospel. Learn what DOOR is doing to equip and train Deaf leaders is evangelism, discipleship, and church planting.” 7 more words

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DOOR Video #2: Deaf 101

Another new video from Harvest Media Ministry about DOOR.

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DOOR Video

A new video from Harvest Media Ministry about DOOR.

Understand the importance of  translating the Bible into sign languages and see the essence of DOOR and their ministry.

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Africa Snapshot 010 – Christmas Trees

The Christmas trees available here in Kenya are nothing like the Noble, Douglas-Fir, or Grand trees you can get in Oregon.  They are sold on the side of the road, sometimes looking like they were thrown out there as an afterthought, or sold at Christmas fairs with a little more flair.  294 more words

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