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"We started today by praying together, that God would really be glorified through this project and the work of Kids4School here in Tanzania, and later with our final presentation. This was our chance to say thank you to Kids4School for hosting us, and to share our vision for their new Christian Academy. Tomorrow, the first of the team leave and we begin the long journey home, with the knowledge that what we leave behind is about so much more than building a school, it's about building people." #designinghope
All along, even up till moments before the race, I was ambivalent about the Hong Kong-100(k). While I was stoked about the race itself, my training since getting into the race through lottery in September had been plagued by injuries. I was very much out of...
Two Sundays ago, I skipped church for a run at Crowders. Lately, I've gotten into the habit of getting in a run before church. I like the post-run me: content, happy, cleansed. So much so that when I realized I wouldn't have time to run before church, I sti...
The " Big Rocks of Life " analogy keeps coming back. I have been contemplating on going on another eMi trip this year, but fear that it'd interfere with my fundraising to becoming a full-time staff with eMi and also drains more of my resources. The analogy...
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