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He Intends Victory Responds to Massive Flooding in Malawi

He Intends Victory Responds to Massive Flooding in Malawi

The From Africa Times says… In recent years, Malawi has experienced patterns of alternating drought and flooding that have severely impacted crops and food security. Two years ago, according to World Bank, the seasonal rainfall was the highest ever recorded, with floods that left more than a million people displaced […]

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Some Walk 40 Miles To Be With Us

Some Walk 40 Miles To Be With Us

Have you been blessed by God recently? Everyone has challenges in this life, some more than others. But for most of us, compared to the rest of the world, are truly blessed. Blessed with health, or at least good health care; blessed with peace, no war zone for us; blessed […]

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The 10 Worst-case Holiday Scenarios…in Kenya

The 10 Worst-case Holiday Scenarios…in Kenya

From a Kenyan friend on “The 10 Worst-case Holiday Scenarios”. Not necessarily funny for Westerners but hilarious for Africans!” Your wife cant stand the smoke of firewood and thinks your mom’s utensils are too dirty and her kids will get diarrhoea. The new wife you took to introduce to your […]

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25th year celebration just around the corner!

25th year celebration just around the corner!

We are very excited about the upcoming 25 year celebration for He Intends Victory! As some of you know, we will be having a benefit worship concert, silent auction and dessert at the Village of Hope on Sunday, September 27th at 4 – 6:30pm. We are calling it “Sweet Worship […]

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“Blessing Tour” Malawai and Tanzania

“Blessing Tour” Malawai and Tanzania

Dan Davis, Jon Fleetwood, and I just got back from our 2 week “Blessing Tour” of our work in Malawai and Tanzania. We call it a “Blessing Tour” because we really want to be a blessing to so many who are facing live with AIDS. Yet, when it’s all said […]

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Living Hope: February 2015

Living Hope: February 2015

The roar of the crowd was deafening as we distributed fresh supplies in the midday sun. It was a busy day in Uganda. And we worked tirelessly to keep up with the crowds . . . clamoring for our medical outreach and help. But everything slowed to a stop for […]

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Are You Like Me?

Almost every day on the way to my office I listen to a great Christian radio program. And almost every day I’m really blessed by it! And almost everyday at the end of that show when the announcer says- “Thank you for listening to our program today. We are a […]

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