Drowning Your Fears

Drowning Your Fears This is a story of a little buffalo that learned to overcome his fears. A long time ago, a little buffalo lived in the plains of Africa. He was living a comfortable life with his herd but one thing was always on his mind: LIONS! The mere thought of lions terrified him to the core.  One day he approached his father and said, “Dad, can we move away from the plains, please?”>>>

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5 Lesser known dictators around the world Ruling with an Iron Fist

5 Lesser known dictators around the world Ruling with an Iron Fist In a world filled with countries that disagree on almost everything, there is a growing consensus among people of the world that Democracy is the best way to run a country. As flawed as modern Democracy may be, it still represents the will of the people, and the rulers can be held accountable by the people through voting procedures, referendums, political activism, and>>>

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10 Secrets about God You Can Learn From TV

10 Secrets about God You Can Learn From TV God is supreme and many people have tried to understand him through his word, the Bible. Despite this a lot of people still find difficult to comprehend some concepts because of the awesomeness of God which some have called mysterious. No man can fully understand God except those he wishes to reveal himself to. Whatever we are able to learn of God, they are revealed to>>>

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Fish for Life

Fish for Life   CrowdFunding Project ……. An Orphanage Fish Farm Burundi Africa Sustainable Farming Help Feed the children. In 2007 Ted Bosveld became aware of the Orphans of Burundi, Central Africa, one of the poorest countries in the world. Ted and his wife, Lorraine founded an NGO, “Villages of Life” and set about providing a home and education for as many of them as they can. In 2013 as part of the team visiting>>>

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Celebration…. Future Hope School opening

  Celebration…. Future Hope School opening   Have a look at Burundi’s future. A school… Future Hope School opening in one of the most unlikely places. Education comes to the most vulnerable in Cibitoke Burundi central Africa. The pounding of drums thundered across the yard, as the traditional Burundian drummers leapt and spun in the air with boundless energy, their vivid red, white and green outfits fluttering in the breeze. The audience clapped and cheered,>>>

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A Heart Plunge to Burundi & Uganda

A Heart Plunge to Burundi & Uganda   Heart Plunge to Burundi & Uganda The term “heart plunges” was birthed out of a desire to see people of all backgrounds embark on an adventure, giving themselves an opportunity to get out of their comfort zone and expand their view of the world. We believe that taking a “heart plunge” will radically change one’s “worldview” by being active in helping others in need. It is about>>>

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Honk if you love Jesus ….

Honk if you love Jesus ….     Djemba, a boy from Kibera The book ‘Megaslumming’ sets out to unravel how an informal settlement such as Kibera came to exist, what economic forces shape the reality of life for slum-dwellers in Africa, and what it really means to live in extreme poverty. Written as a lucid introduction to global justice issues, the book ultimately raises serious questions about the current direction of world development. You>>>

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The Peacock & the Crane

The Peacock & the Crane   The Peacock and the Crane A Peacock spreading its gorgeous tail mocked a Crane that passed by, ridiculing the ashen hue of its plumage and saying,  “I am robed, like a king, in gold and purple and all the colors of the rainbow; while you have not a bit of color on your wings.”  “True,” replied the Crane;  “but I soar to the heights of heaven and lift up>>>

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Before they call, I will answer

Before they call, I will answer  This beautiful story was written by a doctor who worked in Central Africa One night I had worked hard to help a mother in the labor ward; but in spite of all we could do, she died, leaving us with a tiny, premature baby and a crying two-year-old daughter. We would have difficulty keeping the baby alive; as we had no incubator (we had no electricity to run an incubator). We also had no special feeding facilities.. Although we lived on>>>

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My Trip to Burundi AFRICA

My Trip to Burundi AFRICA   adults had a full medical check and all the data was recorded into their own personal record folders. To date, this had not been done so this was a ground breaking trip. To Dr Scott and Nurse Pam the children of Homes of Hope say “Morakoze Chaney” (Thank you very much) The team consisted of a Doctor, a nurse, a financial adviser (That’s me @RichardBejah), a Pastor, a mechanic,>>>

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