Aug 7 A Tale of Two Generations
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Jul 24 Philosophy of Culturally Competent Care
THE STARTING PLACE-  A MATERNAL MORTALITY PREVENTION INITIATIVE What better place to start to address systemic and structural issues than with Moms and their   soon to be born babies? We are preparing for the upcoming three Staring Place...
Jul 23 Jan-Jun Prayer Letter 2019
Below is our 1st half of 2019 Prayer Letter 2 pages. It is sent by email also to our ministering saints and prayer partners. Please take the time to read it and keep us in prayer. If you would like the email copy also please contact me at britcomp...
Jul 20 Love, Loss, and Ismael
In every culture, the loss of a pregnancy or newborn child or the inability to have a desired pregnancy can be indescribably painful. If you’ve followed stories in Haiti for long, you know that far too many Haitian families have experienced great ...
Jun 12 By Isaac Livesay
Hello folks! This is Isaac writing to spill the tea on what my family and I are going to be up to this summer! You ready? It is exciting for us. To start things off everyone, including KJ but excluding my Dad, will head to Florida. From there we f...
Jun 3 Story Time: The Joy&Frustration of Cross-Cultural Communication
Lydia - 3 years old Mastiff Marley, quite old at that time Living cross-culturally means that we are entertained half the time - and enraged the other half of the time and the good folks we live among and work with feel the exact same way about us...
Jun 2 The Table
With the recent tragic passing of Rachel Held Evans, my husband Troy and I have been reflecting upon a moment in the last year that moved us both to tears.   We were at a conference that Rachel co-founded with our friend, Sarah Bessey.&n...
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