The Finger Lakes Times (Geneva, NY), where I used to be a reporter, published an article about my recent trip to Nigeria. The article appeared in today’s “Insight” (opinion) section, along with two pictures of women being helped by a ministry in Jos.
The article can be read here. I am very grateful to my former editors for giving me this opportunity.
Categories: Prayers, Updates, & Answers, Stories, News, & Features
Tags: Africa, altruism, Finger Lakes, Finger Lakes Times, Jos, Nigeria, peace, security
While I was in Nigeria, I couldn’t get into this blog to update it (something silly about setting a good password and then forgetting it). These are the collected updates that I originally posted to my Facebook account.
Categories: Prayers, Updates, & Answers
Tags: adversity, Africa, altruism, blessings, ECWA, friendship, God, hope, Jesus, Jos, journalism, kindness, live Christ's love, Missionary, Nigeria, peace, Prayer, USAID, widows
It was a short trip and a sudden trip. Preparations for the missions festival at church and the trip to Nigeria tied me up heavily for the few weeks leading in, and then I was out of the country for 11 days. Now that I’ve been back for a bit, I’m still looking through notes and photos and planning stories.
Here’s a quick summary of things: Continue reading
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Tags: Africa, altruism, Coca-Cola, computer school, education, Jos, malaria, Missionary, missions, Nigeria, Nigerians, photography, Plateau State, Quadcopters, safety, travel, United States