I could have spent a lifetime in Zambia and never run out of stories. Time was the constraining factor, not material. Weeks later as I think back on my visit to Zambia with Gary Schneider, founder of Every Orphans Hope, … Continue reading
August 18th, 2015 – 6000 miles from home in Istanbul, Turkey Carissa and I are in our fifth country with one more to go on our 40,000-mile-long August Journey. I woke up this morning surrounded by The Bosphorus, the Hagia Sophia and … Continue reading
August 14th, 2015 – Many close friendships were developed this week between the children attending camp and the those who came from the US to help. Goodbyes are never easy and today’s were no exception.
Lubasi’s life has been characterized by betrayal and loss. The people whose responsibility it was to stand for Lubasi and his little sister did little to help. Lubasi lost the people in his life who he loved the most time … Continue reading
From my dear friend Gary Schneider of Every Orphans Hope – “The world asks, ‘What does a man own?’ Christ asks, ‘How does he use it?’” (Andrew Murray) Thank you Ronnie Mosley for using all you have and giving all your heart to … Continue reading
As our time in Zambia comes to a close, Gary took our group from the US on a African Safari. These photographs document our memorable adventure in Africa.
While working in Zambia with Every Orphans Hope, we visited Chaminuka and had the opportunity to get up close with two Cheetah’s and photograph them. It was an unbelievable experience. The power and grace of these animals is beyond belief.
[August 11, 2015] My morning routine in Africa is beginning to take shape… 4am… Write stories.. 5am search for wifi.. 6am morning jog on red dirt lit by morning sun. Can’t seem to remember that cars drive on opposite sides … Continue reading
A few months ago at the CAFO conference in Nashville, I had the pleasure of interviewing Pastor Billiance Chondwe from South Africa for the World Without Orphans summit next year in Thailand. The Orphan Sunday movement was founded here in … Continue reading