Project Bed | In the Home Stretch And Feeling Delighted

(the boys showing off their strength with a cement weight) June 16:  returned home from Africa July 2:  formally launched Project Bed:  Turning My Thoughts Into Actions August 2 (pending):  successfully completed Project Bed When I launched Project Bed, I had no idea how it would be received.  It was simple:  I felt led to … Continue reading “Project Bed | In the Home Stretch And Feeling Delighted”

Project Bed | How You and I Can Make a Big Difference

On one of the flights back from Africa last month, I had a chance to collect my thoughts about my time there and pen a journal entry or two.  Some captured the events of a particular day detail by detail, others entailed OCD-ish lists detailing the day, date, and main focus of each day in … Continue reading “Project Bed | How You and I Can Make a Big Difference”

CAMERA: Take 16 | Bloom And Grow

Take 16 |Bloom And Grow a beautiful bloom in Nairobi, Kenya [Too many thoughts swirling through my head in terms of this image…] Here are just a few… — I stand in awe of God’s creation. I stand in awe of God’s attention to detail. I stand in awe of God’s grace, His utter riches, … Continue reading “CAMERA: Take 16 | Bloom And Grow”

Out of Africa | Life on the Streets

DAY 4-5 Not sure of the hour right now (maybe 11 or 12 o’clock@ nite), but I feel compelled to write anyway despite the conditions.  Where I reside is not the best but far from the worst.  Presently, I sit in a sweltering bedroom while mosquitoes buzz in my ear like small jet-engines.  Only minutes ago, I showered … Continue reading “Out of Africa | Life on the Streets”

Out of Africa | A Day of Fun in a Slum

DAY 3 [For Day 3, I thought it would be fitting to allow Elisa Reino, a former student/soccer player of mine, to share her experience with you in regards to our first event on African soil.   Elisa just graduated from high school and plans on taking a Gap Year to travel the world before college.  … Continue reading “Out of Africa | A Day of Fun in a Slum”