Greetings from Africa

Thank you Chris for your guest blog from Tuesday.  You don’t know how timely that was since Amy and I had the fortunate opportunity to visit Sisters of Rwanda on Monday in Kigali.  An inspiring place and an amazing group of women.  A sanctuary that offers redemption and hope. 

SOR is really just in the foundational stages, so I can’t wait to see how it develops and the lives that will be impacted.  Through a contact in Rwanda that Amy has, we met the women and watched them hand make the Keza beads and purchased many of the finished work while there, and I would encourage you to do the same online.  They make unique and beautiful gifts (art as Chris rightly put it); but the real gift will be how you would make a direct difference in the lives of these women and their children. 

I will be sharing more on this and other remarkable people and astonishing moments we have encountered along the way.  As soon as I can figure out how to put it all into words.

There will also be photographs to help with the telling. 

As we are set to wrap up our trip to Africa, I hope this finds all of you well!

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One Response to Greetings from Africa

  1. Chris says:

    What can I say? I have impeccable timing!

    Seriously, I can’t wait to hear/read about your experiences. Travel safely and tell Amy we miss her.


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