Syria Crisis Appeal @Tearfund

As you’ll have seen from #tfbloggers etc, I’ve been an interested supporter of Tearfund for many years, and the visit to Ogongora & other villages just strengthened that as we saw how effectively the money was put to use. There’s much debate about whether we should “just give”, but I find the idea of knowing […]

Daily Audio Reflections from #TFBloggers

Listen Here (MP3) – 5 days, around 3-4 minutes a day. We were in the dining room – that’s what blogging on the move does for you – it’s a bit raw, we were quite tired, and doing this on the hoof, but listening back to it, I think it’s great what was captured each […]

#BigRead13: Day 32: Humble

Today’s #lentphotos is “perspective” – I like the idea of seeing things from a different perspective … I’ve certainly seen a power pylon from this perspective: #BigRead13 Thoughts Humility is the quality of being modest and respectful. Humility, in various interpretations, is widely seen as a virtue in many religious and philosophical traditions, being connected with notions of egolessness. […]

We Met: Grace #TFBloggers

Grace highlighted that PEP had taught her that it’s important to stand up tall as an individual, and that you are the answer to all/most of the problems that you have. Her child had some charcoal to sell, worth less than 50c, and she thought she couldn’t do anything with such a small amount of […]

We Met: Philip #TFBloggers

 Before PEP, Philip has a wide, children and land, but was digging other peoples land to earn month rather than his own. PEP challenged him to think about this and he started to develop his own land. Philip started by growing cassava and groundnuts – and as a result getting his children through school which […]