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Following our “whims”

Following our “whims”

So here’s a little story about last Monday. It was a break, finally, from the cool, drizzly Cape Town winter. A warm (to us U.S. Southerners anyway), sunny day here. I had my games all planned out for the afternoon at Living Grace. I went in to the office and started gathering my needed supplies. […]

Mandela Day

Mandela Day

So here in South Africa, one thing seems to be working well. Mandela Day, which started in 2008, happens every July 18th. On this day, to celebrate Nelson Mandela’s birthday, there is an effort to get everyone to serve 67 minutes of their time. One minute for each year Mandela served the human rights cause. […]

When God is silent

When God is silent

Ok, I might be being a little dramatic, but it’s a valid question. Many of you heard me tell my story in the past year. How I felt a definite calling from God to do┬ásomething and then struggled through years and years of doubt and no further guidance. What you also would have heard was […]

Am I Contradiction?

Ok so this post is by no way that introspective, but is sounds good. I was wondering what I should I blog about today. I’ve been reading more news from U.S. sources lately and I keep seeing more and more references to legalizing pot. I think I reached my limit when I saw the article […]

Did that really just happen?

Did that really just happen?

I’m sure there will be plenty of these posts to come. I should have titled this “Did that really just happen Part 1” but who does that really. Isn’t it a little Quentin Tarantino? So I didn’t. I restrained. Last week I spent the whole blog saying just how slow life had been for two […]