Tag Archives: Death

Unlocked Blessing

The phone rang as the sun was rising. Our first thought, what’s wrong? I could see his facial expressions and hear his tone of voice; this was a bad news call. He hung up the phone and quickly filled me … Continue reading

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Heart Break

There are many things that are shared with us that break our hearts. Sophie took a week to go to her village to plant crops in her field. While there her niece who lives in the village went into labor. … Continue reading

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Literacy at the Morgue

As I waited outside one of the local morgues in Yaoundé for the levée du corps (removal of the body) to take to the church for the memorial service, I was amazed at the number of people that were there … Continue reading

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Life and Death

We’ve had a very full four months with a steep learning curve.  David has a huge job and there is a part of his job he never had to do until we returned – the logistics of what to do … Continue reading

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