Monthly Archives: July 2015

  • My life is full of cup-holders and coasters. Everywhere I am, I have a cupholder or a coaster. I have one in my living room next to my favorite chair. I also have not 1 but 2 sets of coasters in my living room on the bookshelf, made by pottery friends in the States and […]

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  • When Paulette and I returned from our first trip to Malawi in 2009, we didn’t think we would be returning; but return we did, and for one reason only.  Probably the same reason many of you will return;  you’ll never forget the people.  You’ll forget the hours you spent on the plane.  You’ll forget the […]

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  • This is like a dream,” said Lucy, headwoman of the village of Saza today when we came to install the pump on the village’s new well. It will serve 44 households which works out to about 220 souls who will have clean, fresh water for the first time. Lucy is a teacher at the primary […]

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  • This was my first trip with Marion Medical Mission.  I will tell you about the good, bad, and ugly of this trip. In Matthew 25:35, Jesus says:  “I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink.” First – the bad:  travel.  It took 22 hours from Washington DC., until I arrived in Malawi.  The […]

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