Monthly Archives: September 2010

“Why Trauma Counselling”?

When one sits down and considers the many opportunities open to people interested in serving Africa, the sheer amount of needs can be overwhelming: orphans, AIDS, poverty, war, refugees, drought/famine, daily slum life, amongst other problems. Of course, that is … Continue reading

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Being Still…

This week, Christy came across this verse, which really spoke to us: Exodus 14:14 The LORD will fight for you; you need only to be still. Sometimes we want to work and strive to do things outside of their appointed … Continue reading

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The “UNMENTIONABLE” topic….

I have noticed a wide range of reactions when I tell people what I do for a living. People usually expect a short, sweet, and innocuous answer when they ask me “What do you for work?”. When I say “I … Continue reading

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The kingdom of God is like yeast.

Here is a quote that has been on my mind lately…I am wondering what you all think it is referring to? Of course I have my own ideas (even related to this Pan Africa Christian University venture), but I’d love … Continue reading

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Can Jesus Speak To Me Through Che Guevara???

In later winter 2009, I attended the screening of Steven Soderburgh’s double-film about the life of Latin American 1960’s revolutionary icon Ernesto “Che” Guevara. Not only was I killing time as my wife attended a live musical with her mother … Continue reading

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