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Disciples or Crowds? »

The Challenges of Change in Africa 22 September, 2009 By Steve Addison So do rapidly expanding church planting movements grow disciples or just gather crowds? Let’s take a look at what happened in Rwanda. Here’s the email traffic with David Watson. . . Hi David I noticed on your blog that you’ve been to Rwanda. […]

An Atheist Argues that Africa Needs God »

The following article by atheist Matthew Parris, a columnist for the TIMESONLINE, describes his view of how Christianity is critical to African development. The article illustrates the contagious nature of a Christianity that blends proclamation and demonstration–that calls for submission to a King and works for the building of his Kingdom. — Jay From The […]

Social Impact — Changing Africa and Us »

” Some areas of “social impact” should have NO handouts, in fact they can stifle change, others need some “capacity building” = teaching to fish for free, and others just need fish because if they don’t eat today they’ll die.” — Pete Bremberg

Water? »

THIRST View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. (tags: design crisis)

The Miracle of Plumpynut »

Here a link to one Families for Africa’s strategy to tap into this miracle.

Let’s Dance »

Where the Hell is Matt? (2008) from Matthew Harding on Vimeo.

The Girl Effect »

What Sara Saw? »

Transformational Development »

Transformational Development Conference Food for the Hungry is sponsoring a conference at George Fox University on August 14-16. Would love to attend, but can’t right now. Can someone else go and blog here on what they’ve learned? As I read thru the description of the term “transformational development,” I found it related to our vision […]

A Model of Ministry for Families for Africa »

“Go to the people. Live with them. Learn from them. Love them. Start with what they know. Build with what they have. But with the best leaders, when the work is done, the task accomplished, the people will say “We have done this ourselves”.” – Lao Tzu