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Showing blog posts from December, 2018

Dec 7, 2018 by Esther Kuhn

Where Partnership Transcends Religious Divides

SENEGAL - World Renew Senegal has long cooperated with the Lutheran Church of Senegal as a member of the Evangelical Committee for Health here. This 7,000 member church is among the largest Protestant denominations here and does great work in education, agriculture, and healthcare. After a few years of discussion, we are pleased to finally be partnering with them.

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Dec 7, 2018 by Chiraphone Khamphouvong

A Boy's Desire to Learn: The Story of Tao Huk, Dropout

LAOS - It had been a grueling motorbike ride to Nam Naen, a Thaidam ethnic village in northern province of Phongsaly, Laos. We were greeted and graciously hosted by a family in their home on stilts. We saw a young boy reading aloud to a younger boy, using a dim, overhead flashlight and the light of the fire. His determination to read to the younger child was moving.  

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Dec 6, 2018 by Steve Sywulka

Afflicted, but Not Crushed

MOZAMBIQUE - I learned an amazing lesson recently. This isn’t a success story. It’s a resilience story. A few months ago, I stood in a dry, brown field with a group of women in Mozambique. This wasn’t just any field, but a demonstration farm plot, a piece of land set aside for the practice of conservation agriculture.

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