Monthly Archives: March 2014

  • Life on the streets is not kind. “The average age of a child reaching the street in Zambia is 11 – and the average life expectancy once they are there is six years.” The first Zambian family we met caring for orphans and street kids did so out of the depths of their own experience. […]

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  • How are sex and orphans related? In Zambia 680,000 of the 2 million orphans have lost parents due to AIDS, a sexually transmitted disease. I’d say sex has a lot to do with orphans not only in Africa, but around the world. Faithfulness in marriage is a huge problem. Just think, if everyone remained pure […]

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  • We like to take family walks to get to know our neighbors. One week we set out with an empty ice cream tupperware full of no-bake oatmeal cookies. A quick hike up our red dirt road opened to a field of maize. Single file we wove through 8 foot-high maize to two women giving a […]

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  • I really want to thank God for what He has done for me this month. My main focus was sorting all our property which we were using in Swaziland and moving to Zambia. I worked with Allan moving all our staff (tables,chairs,books,etc) to the container which the ministry purchased for storage. It was good spending […]

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  • I write this from Pretoria, South Africa. I sit here late at night reflecting on the last few weeks. I’ve been racing around trying to get things done every day I’ve been here. I’ve been with our staff, organizing, buying a truck, sorting out our container, renewing licenses, sorting out banking issues, waiting on work […]

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