Category Archives: Cameroon, West Africa

“I Love You, Too”

“I love you, too.”Are there any more comforting words to hear, regardless of the situation? Are there any more comforting words to say? These last words spoken by George H. W. Bush before his death last week, to his son … Continue reading

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Just One More Step

Standing high on a hill on the banks of the Ohio River, looking across at the state of Kentucky, history was coursing through my veins filling me with a sense of time past and time present. As both crowded my … Continue reading

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Maybe in Africa, Too!

The ubiquitous news story in April 2009 of Rich Phillips being taken hostage by Somali pirates as he captains a Maersk cargo ship through the horn of Africa, captured my attention and imagination. The movie, “Captain Phillips”, did far more … Continue reading

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Speechless

I’m speechless. I know. This never happens to me. But it has. I’m also overwhelmed and humbled. What began as the odyssey of three women of faith to the Good Shepherd Home for Children in Cameroon, West Africa is now … Continue reading

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Feathers Flying

“We’re off to take a hundred chicks to market!” Sister Jane exclaimed. Her voice was so clear she could have been my neighbor just down the street, but she was in Cameroon, West Africa when I called her one morning. … Continue reading

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