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Manga Lately

Forgive me for this long lapse in communication! So much has happened with Manga and some of you are up to date (ish) from emails. October 2015: Manga was scheduled for an eye procedure to help her tear ducts drain … Continue reading

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Sozanne & Teti

I’ve known Sozanne for a while now—she comes to our small church in the Nuba village. She’s tall, beautiful, and has such a sweet spirit about her. One weekend, we had a party for my boss, Cathy, as she was … Continue reading

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Mosquito Nets

The days have been flying as we’ve experienced a pretty late, but heavy malaria season. Thankfully, things seem to be slowing down. As you enter the cool season in the states, we do here as well, but I like to … Continue reading

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Manga Update

If you had told me back in February everything that would need to happen to best care for this sweet little girl, I might have become overwhelmed. It has been incredible to see how God has provided for the multitude … Continue reading

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The walk to Thomaji

Multiple months ago (I won’t share how many since it would be very embarrassing how long it has taken me to write this blog), my old teammate Evie and I went to a village about an hour and a half … Continue reading

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The Nubian Ladies

Here in Doro I attend the Nubian church. The great thing about this church is that it really isn’t just a Nubian church. It is filled with Uduk, JumJum, Mabaan, Nubian, and believers from other tribes. Some of my dearest … Continue reading

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Borfa

One of the areas that I have friends within the camp is in the Borfa section, which is one of the Uduk people groups. They are refugees from Blue Nile State in northern Sudan, and for many of them, this is … Continue reading

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