In January, I was blessed with an opportunity to visit the CURE Childrens Hospital in Niamey, Niger, Africa. While there I learned the hospital had several children who were awaiting surgery while the hospital staff increased their nutritional levels. You see, many of the hospital patients come from remote villages where food is scarce. Some … Continue reading Is your church malnourished?
Swagger is genetic.
A lesson from Niger. While on the Mission to Niger last month, we saw thousands of young men walking the streets daily. To me, there was something familiar in the way they carried themselves. After meditating on this familiarity the Lord showed me what it was: swagger. You see, the young African men in Niger … Continue reading Swagger is genetic.
On A Mission
Have you ever travel to another country? I'm traveling to Niger, Africa in January 2016 on a mission. It will be my first time traveling out of the country so I've decided to let you in on my journey. Let's be clear; I'm talking about Niger, not Nigeria. Niger is one of the top five … Continue reading On A Mission