This is too good not to share: Enjoy and Be Inspired!

Microsoft Word – Life Lessons from Navy SEAL Training Too Good Not to Share     Yes, some things are too good not to share. That’s true of the African tree.  I backed up and took this photo.  I’m glad to share it with you. ...

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New Look at the Creek

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The Heart Knows Best . . .

  A Curt* reply: For better or worse, I’ve followed my heart for most of my life. It’s led us to the beauty of Africa and its wonderful people As well as into the heart of its chaos and tragedy.   * The English word ...

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Great News on ‘Getting the Word’ out!

By Erich Bridges RICHMOND, Va.—Southern Baptists gave an unprecedented $154 million to the 2013 Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for International Missions, breaking the record for the largest total in the offering’s 125-year history. The 2013 offering, finalized June 5, reached $154,057,852.36. The total represents an ...

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On a Safari

Colleen and Gordy at the Game Park A Word from Curt  Safari. It’s a familiar Swahili word that means journey. It’s a trip. It can be an adventure. It may involved animals and if it does it may mean shooting with a camera instead of ...

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What I Value Most

A Word from Curt; Today’s word is UpCountry As in #UpCountry. It’s where we’re at today. Seven of us:  David and Renee Crane, Gordy and Colleen Glaser, Brady Glaser, and DeDe and yours truly are in West Nile Uganda District. I’ve posted ahead for today’s ...

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I Stand Amazed . . .

Drop by our updated website and learn more about how God is working among the Unreached of South Sudan. You can also sign up for our monthly prayer letter on our home page .   We serve on the Chadan Engagement Team  Engagement is the process ...

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Living by Six Words

Engagement is the art of making and keeping relationships.

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It’s always about Relationships . . . Thoughts from the week

Passed this young man, AK 47 strapped on, pedalling an older woman to the market. Only in South Sudan.  From Journal #67 How you can pray this week: 1. Colleen and Gordy Glaser and Brady Glaser arrive late Tuesday night.  They join us and David ...

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Jonah and Jovan: “Wow!”

A word from Curt: “Wow!’ We got out of the Land Cruiser on the dusty Ugandan road.  In the distance, about 3 km away, was the refugee camp called Boroli. I turned to Jovan one of our young church leaders, “Jovan, that’s Boroli Camp.  The ...

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A Hero named Margaret/A Miracle named Adeit

    A word from Curt Today’s word is a favorite:  Hero         I do not use the word Hero lightly. It’s a medallion-like word reserved for angels and brave men and women. That’s why Margaret is a hero. Margaret lost both ...

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Saturday Snips: A Day to Remember

I want to share several shots from a Saturday filled with waiting.           South Sudanese call white people, “Kawaja.” This is in contrast the East African moniker of “Mzungu.” I can easily tell if those calling at me are Ugandan or ...

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It’s an Ant-Eating Night

A Word from Curt:  Curious!     There is so much to see and learn such as how Africans collect ants to eat. Scroll down to learn more. Key Prayer Need:  Safe travel for Bob and Nancy Calvert as they travel to America More prayer ...

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In Gulu: City of Sorrow and Hope

A Word from Curt The word is resilient. It’s a major characteristic of the African heroes I rub shoulders with daily.   Key Prayer Need:  Pray for a blessing for  our teammates and leaders Bob and Nancy Calvert as they travel to American for their ...

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