Monthly Archives: April 2015

  • My daughter, Chelsea, loved the thrill of off-roading through the boulders, deep crevices, and drop offs that took us to the villages. Not me. I’d gasp and groan and give advice, so afraid of toppling off a narrow path or getting stuck in deep sand. Mr. Mwanjihko, our wonderful field officer, would kindly tell me, […]

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  • Another volunteer and I had just finished installing a well in northern Malawi when an African momma approached us and said “Tawonga Chomeni,” which means thank you very much. I was probably the last person that should be thanked. I hadn’t dug the well or made the bricks or poured the concrete or donated the […]

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  • I drew the “short straw”, they teased. You are assigned to Tom Logan. As we all know, I actually drew the “long straw”! I only worked with Tom for three days before he turned me loose to being solo with a field officer. In those three days, it was reinforced to me that MMM is […]

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  • After a beautiful well dedication, the Headman shared that this well was a miracle – an answered prayer.  Their village never expected to receive such a blessing.  He asked that we share with our American Brothers and Sisters in Christ their gratitude for providing this miracle. He closed saying that their village had ALWAYS shared […]

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