Tag Archives: Cameroon

Two and Five

Today marks the two and five year anniversaries of pivotal moments in our lives – two years ago on this day we boarded a plane and said goodbye to Cameroon.  Five years ago on this day, Jonah had a serious … Continue reading

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Something I was always amused by in Cameroon was how much stuff and people Cameroonians would shove/stack/transport into/on cars, trucks, vans, etc… I marveled at watching a motorcycle tow another motorcycle on top of it.  I cringed when following behind … Continue reading

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Pray for Cameroon

We have friends who serve in Buea, Cameroon.  Unfortunately, the majority of things that happen in African countries aren’t reported in most of the western world.  As you know, there has been unrest in the Far North region of Cameroon … Continue reading

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This morning in my (DeAnna) devotion, the passage was from Numbers 33.  The writer of the devotion helped to point out that in the passage it seems like a long list of places the Israelites traveled to, stopped at and … Continue reading

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No Words

Rosalie is my friend who I’ve blogged about several times.  She has been wonderful at trying to keep in touch with me.  She now has a Facebook account and I’m thrilled to be able to keep in touch with her … Continue reading

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Can’t Shake It

Recently, I (DeAnna) was asked if there are things that are embedded in my head from living in Cameroon that I can’t seem to shake, even though we’ve been back in the US for more than a year.  Below are … Continue reading

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Yesterday Jonah came home from school and shared that one of his music teacher’s has been to Cameroon.  My first thought was he must of misunderstood and she really said Cameron, MO.  We live in a small town and usually … Continue reading

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