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Training Reflection: Cameroon ( 14 – 20 March 2016)

It has been a long time since I have been so challenged to move outside my comfort zone. It is only in times like this where one realises how strong the draw of personal comfort really is. Cameroon is one of the few Central African countries that can claim relative social and political stability, but... Read More »

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It has been a long time since I have been so challenged to move outside my comfort zone. It is only in times like this where one realises how strong the draw of personal comfort really is. Cameroon is one of the few Central African countries that can claim relative social and political stability, but… Read More &raquo

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Training Reflection: Sutherland, South Africa ( 22-24 January 2016)

For our first national training of 2016, we headed off to the astronomical Northern Cape town of Sutherland for a level one (Dad’s Talk) training. We thoroughly enjoyed the silence and tranquility of the plateau — it almost feels like you can hear God whispering into your ear as you breathe in the clean air and... Read More »

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For our first national training of 2016, we headed off to the astronomical Northern Cape town of Sutherland for a level one (Dad’s Talk) training. We thoroughly enjoyed the silence and tranquility of the plateau — it almost feels like you can hear God whispering into your ear as you breathe in the clean air and… Read More &raquo

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Training Reflection: Potchefstroom, 20-22 October 2015

I had the opportunity to train 13 pastors of the Ikageng community just outside Potch. They were representative of 5 different churches. Of the 13 delegates, 4 were women. During the training I was confronted with how much the different cultures in South Africa are separated from one another in terms of what we really... Read More »

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I had the opportunity to train 13 pastors of the Ikageng community just outside Potch. They were representative of 5 different churches. Of the 13 delegates, 4 were women. During the training I was confronted with how much the different cultures in South Africa are separated from one another in terms of what we really… Read More &raquo

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