Monthly Archive for: ‘August, 2012’

  • Why We Put Walls Up

    This summer I learned about walls being built. Not those ugly, figurative walls that we so often hear about. These walls were quite the opposite – beautiful, physical walls that God had instructed to be built by people of His Word, following His will in …

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  • No Longer Visitors

    Our mission team emerged from the old, blue bus into the Village of Hope community. The hour-long drive from Lusaka had molded our body parts to one another as we lurched over speed humps large enough to reduce even the most ambitious speed racer to …

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  • Chongwe

    So this post has been building for weeks. For the past few weeks, I have been living out in Chongwe. Chongwe is about 45 minutes outside of Lusaka, the capital city of Zambia. It is what we would call “the bush.” There’s no electricity, and …

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  • Camp Hope

    “Be still and know that I am God” – Psalm 46:10. Over these past two weeks I have seen the hand of God at work in this country. I have again seen how God moves in the lives of His children. I have seen firsthand …

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