Like one square meter of Earth

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In his book, “The Forest Unseen: A Year’s Watch in Nature”, biologist David George Haskell writes about the year he spent visiting a one-square-meter patch of old-growth Tennessee forest, and chronicling how it evolved. In … Read More

‘Feed my lambs’

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The Hearts Afire team in the Dominican Republic this week has fed almost 1,000 children who live in either ghettos or refugee camps displaced by storms. There is something special about feeding children, especially when you … Read More

Laying the foundation

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What kind of patients will we see at the clinic today, how many children will be available for vacation Bible school, and of course how much construction will get done at the construction site?  Only … Read More