Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Good, the Bad, and the Exhausting

Last night I ran into a friend who used to live and work in Copán and she complimented me on the “amazing updates” (her words) I’ve been posting on Facebook about the new developments at Casita Copán. While it’s true that it has been an amazing couple of months and that many of our dreams

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St. Ann orphanage changes children’s lives

 –Samuel Mugo (left) and Kennedy Njuguna have become good friends since both began living at St. Ann Baby and Children’s Home in 2010. By LAURA TESTER The two Kenyan boys smiled at each other and laughed while standing under the shaded roof of their school. Samuel Mugo and Kennedy Njuguna, both eight, have become good

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Student Speech Video’s

Here are a few speech videos from Agano and Male Primary School Margaret’s Speech   Lavinda’s Speech   Michael’s Speech

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August 2014 ExpressNews

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EBOLA UPDATE 2

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EBOLA UPDATE 2

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2014 ABW Messenger Articles

Take a look at the ABW articles featured in the Canadian Adventist Messenger for 2014: January 2014: Dress for Success February 2014: A Place Called Hope March 2014: Highlights of 2013 April 2014: Kona Bike Project May 2014: Enabling People June 2014: Doctorate Degree June 2014: Anniversary Trip June 2014: Upcoming Events June 2014: Back

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3 Myths That Block Progress for the Poor: 2014 Gates Annual Letter

Bill and Melinda Gates published this annual letter featuring 3 myths that prevent progress for poverty stricken countries. To read this thought provoking newsletter, click here.

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EBOLA FACT SHEET

EBOLA fact sheet as posted by the World Health Organization.  Please click here to read more.

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EBOLA FACT SHEET

EBOLA fact sheet as posted by the World Health Organization.  Please click here to read more.

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An Inspiring Story of Selfless Service

Sometimes it takes a lifetime to realize the true meaning of selfless service. I had the privilege of coming to that realization on a recent trip that I attended to Bolivia. I met a man by the name of Gheorghe Micoti – he taught me the true meaning of selflessness. Gheorghe’s story begins in Romania.

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Trip Bulletins

08.17.14 Kenya Trip Bulletin: Gorilla Permits / Ebola Fact sheet / Grand Openings Hello Executive Team Another update to keep you connected with the upcoming trip. Those of you who are going to Rwanda will need to be prepared in 10 days to purchase the permits for the trek.  We have been holding off but

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