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Refugee Realities: Inner City Woes

Last month, I learned of an alarming statistic about Atlanta’s inner city youth: 46% of inner city residents suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It is reported that the violence and instability of inner city life is the culprit behind … Continue reading

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Good-bye 2017, Happy New Year! Family and refugee ministry update

Once again, another year comes to a close. I look back on 2017 and realize that a lot has happened over this past year. Namely, my husband, Mike, started a new profession after 25 years in the food service industry. … Continue reading

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“Your Life Matters To Me”

My last post was written about 6 weeks ago. In it, I stated that there were 20 Congolese refugees attending my church. The following week, that number grew to 30. Then the next week, 40. Now, there are over 50 … Continue reading

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So Many Needs, So Many Blessings

The past 2 months have been filled with an extraordinary amount of life. Here’s a picture blog of my life since October: October 2016 November 2016 December 2016

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