Monthly Archives: November 2012

Haiti Team Report

Bill & Julie Edler, Personnel Coordinators, recently led a small short-term team to Haiti where Julie had already served for six months in 2008 and 12 months in 2010. The team helped with practical work, and ministry with ‘Resounding Hope’ … Continue reading

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A Week of Thanksgiving

We’ve been a bit bogged down with illness recently, hence the lack of a blog last week. Then this week-end the whole house-hold managed to be afflicted by some sort of stomach bug, so we’re still trying to fight it … Continue reading

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Regression?

My friend Jean has grey hair and several granchildren, but she was 8 years old when this happened to her.   She was walking back home after her long day in school. She had been lucky, she had found a little … Continue reading

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What is ‘church’ ?

People hold many stereotypes of what church is. For most people it is represented by a building; a place where we go, usually on Sundays. For others it represents an ancient out of date society where people still use the … Continue reading

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His Compassions Never Fail

Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed, for his compassions never fail. 23 They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness. Lamentations 3 v 22-23 Truly, because of His great love we are not consumed, for … Continue reading

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Young Mum’s life taken by AIDS

This week has been a week of ups and downs. We continue to make progress in challenging the young people we work with to make the hard decisions and take the steps needed to leave the streets – there are … Continue reading

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