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Into Malawi on 2 wheels !

Pastor Binda delivering our bicycles to 2 of the women monitors in Malawi.The call of 1010 women has a way to reach your ears.  Villa Nova is a small village on the border between Mozambique and Malawi.  People are very poor and the lack of just about everything hits you in the stomach.  But their call, […]

May 7th, 2014|Literacy, Women, Womens Ministry|

Called to fix broken vehicles so that Broken Hearts may be Fixed!

We have superb people serving with us in Mozambique and in God’s broader mission.  Prosper Fernando is such a guy and joined us as a missionary this year.  He always says:  “I am called to fix broken vehicles so that Broken Hearts may be Fixed in the process!”  I love that.  Here is his testimony:  […]

April 25th, 2014|Life Stories, People, Team|

It’s Christmas on Easter!

It’s Easter again ….. and as is the norm on my blog ….. every Easter … it is hacked.  Interestingly enough every Easter for the last few years.  This year is no exception.  If you see any strange behavior or suspicious articles please be so kind to let me know at lovemoz@sg.org.za.  This would be […]

April 21st, 2014|Schools, Volunteers|

Happy Resurrection Day

Wishing all our readers, friends, co-workers ….. yes and YOU … a Happy Transformational Easter and a super Resurrection Day!  Love you all.

April 19th, 2014|General|

Precious ‘cargo’

A day in the life of our Pre-School at Mucombeze is an interesting one.  It all starts with more than 40 screaming bundles of energy packed in very small package that has fragile written all over it.  Taking care of this precious ‘cargo’ takes a lot of effort, creativity – specially if you have to […]

April 10th, 2014|Schools|

Making a Difference!

We often get the opportunity to meet extraordinary men and women in the bush.   People going beyond the call of duty.  Men and women who serve and care although they have not been asked to do so.  They are not being payed … they are never covered by a headline story …. they simply […]

April 9th, 2014|Being Church, Bibles, Life Stories, Literacy, People|

Hope means ‘getting up’!

On my way to our bush school! The last 2 months has been a very difficult time for our bush school.  Our school cook died due to a short sickbed and it caught us all off-guard.  We had to shuffle and change our school teaching stuff suddenly and unexpected and then due to an above averaged […]

April 8th, 2014|Children, Literacy, Schools|

Update on ‘Crocodile Bridge’.

Since I last reported on the crocodile tragedy at our bush school another boy, Chupi – 7 years old, has been attacked and killed by a crocodile.  That is 2 boys in a month.  Needless to say the rapid planning of the bridge has been a number one priority currently on the base.  School children […]

April 7th, 2014|Uncategorized|

When the lack of a pedestrian bridge …. kills you!

Little Manuel Samuel is like any other village boy …. full of energy, full of smiles and even a few dreams of his own.  He attends our village bush school and as he and so many boys continually reminds me his favorite time of the day is lunch time when he eats beans and sadza […]

March 12th, 2014|Children, Life Stories, Natural Disasters, Schools|

Plotting goodness!

I have absolutely no doubt in my mind that all of us on this great continent has been placed here to plot random acts of goodness wherever we put our feet.   Our lifestyle changed because of this – we are like spies constantly on the lookout for areas where we can plot goodness.  Saying […]

February 24th, 2014|Life Stories, People, Women, Womens Ministry|