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Posts Tagged ‘South Africa

First Hurdle Cleared

March 16, 2011

I have been in grad school since¬†January. So far it has been fairly straight forward. A few papers, small presentations and of course a bit of angst related to lesson planning. ¬†That’s the best thing about graduate school. You’re way past the need to take tests (except of course when it comes to proving to […]

In Spite of Everything…

November 22, 2010

I spent 2008 interning for a Christian ministry in South Africa. Going to Africa had been my dream my entire life. To finally get out there and live it and see it was incredible. My ministry, Thrive Africa, was young and small compared to most, but it was vibrant and strong in the vision and […]

In Africa

July 8, 2010

The World Cup, friends in Johannesburg, and the ministry I was with in 2008 has offered the perfect trifecta of excuses to make a very big detour on my way home from the Czech Republic. I’m here for 17 days and will fly home on the 17th but I have been loving every minute so […]

Impact South Africa

March 23, 2010

Many of you know that I spent almost all of 2008 in South Africa. During this time I was an intern for the ministry Thrive Africa. It was an incredible year. If you want to see what I did there and the impact it had on my life you can check out my blog from […]