A Strategy of Inconvenience

The past 60 years have been unprecedented for cultural, political and even ecclesiastical stability to the point of being predictable, if not boring. But there were assumptions over those same years about church life that became less and less applicable as time went on. The church was the center of

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God Pitched His Tent

I recently watched an episode of ‘Running Wild with Bear Grylls’ featuring actor Michael B Jordan. You may remember Michael from the movies ‘Creed’ and ‘Black Panther.’ In short, Michael B. Jordan looks like he can handle an adventure. Nonetheless, as Bear and Michael climbed a sheer cliff and rappelled

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Vision For Africa

At the Vision for Africa vision clinic in the rural community of Kongasis, a woman who was nine months pregnant came in from the bush in order to receive eyeglasses.  People flock to these “eye camps” because there is such a shortage of eye care in Kenya – only one

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