Author Archives: Jason Ward

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“Heart of the Amazon”

The last time I blogged, I stated that “Karina e eu temos planos também”. Well, the plans have come to fruition. We are now volunteering our time in ministry that is assisting an English group in Brazil where the need … Continue reading

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Pride Lands

Three days remained of our visit to Zimbabwe and one was supposed to be a day of rest. Of course we couldn’t let that happen after traveling soooo many miles. One day we had nothing scheduled but thanks to our … Continue reading

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Toonana muParadhiso!

DAY 3 – 2014 Zimbabwe International Convention Finally blogging about the final day of the 2014 Zimbabwe International Convention. Another day of upbuilding, encouraging, associating and learning with brothers and sisters we hope to see again one day. We were … Continue reading

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First … and the only

DAY 2 – 2014 Zimbabwe International Convention The brotherly association continues. We exchange gifts with many that me meet. We brought post cards that featured a picture of a congregation in Alabama and it had a link to a video … Continue reading

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“I’m Marvelous and he is Clever”

DAY 1 – 2014 Zimbabwe International Convention We wake with excitement as the first day has arrived for our reason of traveling 8000+ miles – Christian fellowship and Bible education with those from many nations, languages and ethnic groups. After … Continue reading

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Agri-cultured

The next day’s experience is visiting a market and one of the villages some distance from Harare. The market is similar to what we would call a flea market. Carvings, men’s and women’s clothes, traditional attire, music, household items, food, souvenirs. … Continue reading

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יהוה fo esuoH

…Yes, that’s right. A gathering at the rainbow – the Rainbow Hotel. We have arrived to enjoy food and fellowship. We are treated to a show of Zimbabwean music and dancing. One dance told a story of daily life in … Continue reading

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