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Grasshopper Salad

It took me a moment, but when my eyes focused in on what Loguli was doing, I sat in stunned amazement. This little one was tenderly feeding the grasshopper a fresh salad. We didn’t need a shared language for me to understand his unique compassion for the ‘least of these’… http://www.makewaypartners.org/sponsor-a-child/ Love, your sister along…

A Remarkable, Intelligent, and Articulate Timely Speech From a Former Slave

Please read and forward this remarkable, articulate, and still timely speech from a former slave.   These are the words of Simon Deng, once a Sudanese slave, addressing the Durban Conference in NY. ‘I want to thank the organizers of this conference, The Perils of Global Intolerance. It is a great honour for me and…

A Day in the Life

Most of us live our lives by following a routine. Maybe your looks a little like: wake up, mumble some prayers, read a coffee-stained devo, get the kids up, fuss at them a bit for having to wake them three times, run late out the door to work, school, Do-What-We-Do-All-Day, then repeat the whole cycle…

Baby Moses, Godwin, and Lorika

Do you want to know how dangerous “healthcare” in South Sudan is? Since at this point, we only have rudimentary clinics at each of our orphanages—and we were having a hard time getting travel documents to medevac this very sick child to Kenya—we carried Baby Moses to a government hospital in the capital: Juba. There…

Baby Moses Update

Yesterday, Romano was able to secure travel documents for Baby Moses. He immediately set upon the arduous journey to the airstrip in Juba. The rains have made the pave-less roads nearly impassable. It took Romano six hours to drive just 84 miles! When they finally arrived, those in charge of the plane told Romano, “That…

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