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The Many Facets of Tanzania

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This week I’ve been able to share my reflections and thoughts with you all as I’ve traveled Tanzania with group of amazing bloggers. And really, you all? They are fabulous writers and have been sharing stories that will make you cry and cheer and laugh ~ sometimes in the same post.

Can I share a few of the ones that have spoken to me this week? I’d love it if you would stop by and visit them. Leave a comment. Encourage them too. {Because I know you all are great like that!}.

Here are a few I’d recommend…

Amy from Resourceful Mommy has been my roommate this week and this week she met her sponsored child, Meka. How can you NOT love the smiles on that little face?


Kelli from Minivans are Hot shares how hope revealed itself to her.

Maggie, from Gussy Sews, shares how a little dirt showed her what love really is

The Nester shares how a little blue nail polish can be so very fun

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Scott from Big is the New Small {and the man who had every child in the centers giving him fist bumps by the time he left} shares how God showed up in a big way for the family of Amos.

Sponsor a Child in Jesus Name with Compassion

Maybe this week you’ve been thinking about sponsoring a child. Thinking you’ll take care of it tomorrow….but if you haven’t yet, would you please take a moment to sponsor a child through Compassion International? It’s truly one of the best gives you could ever give ~ and receive yourself!

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  1. Teena Price says

    Thank you so much for sharing with us. I have been moved to tears, love reading the REAL LIFE stories. Thank you for your words… for taking all of us with you. 

    much love!

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