Haiti’s Southern Claw

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How do you feel and what do you feel about the situation caused by Hurricane Matthew was the question I posed to my friend Evends Monfiston who lives in Jacmel, Haiti. Monfiston lives not far from where a few weeks ago Hurricane Matthew devastated...

People reflect the God they worship

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People reflect the God they worship. This paraphrase of Psalm 115:8 and Psalm 135:18 probably best sums up the subject matter taught in very many different ways over the course of the last two weeks here in Zambia. In Mwandi on the Zambezi river,...

Expansion

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Expansion brings pushback from the enemy. Expansion treads heavily on the enemies toes and creates violent reactions. Expansion brings the enemy forward from taunts to actions, but expansion with 5 smooth stones and courage wrapped in Gods armor...

Haiti, the poorest country in the world

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The World Bank notes that more than half of Haiti’s population lives on less than $1 a day, while about 80% of the country lives on less than $2 a day. The country’s estimated unemployment rate as of 2010 was 40.6%. The impoverished nation is in a...

Orphan Challenge

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One of the biggest challenges facing the Christian Church today is the ever-increasing number of children growing up without the loving care of their parents and without knowing their Heavenly Father. Their plight can be called the Orphan Challenge...