How to Promote Strong Muslim Christian Relationships

A Three-Part Video Series: Part One With the arrival of another major holiday—this time, Eid al-Fitr, the feast that breaks the Ramadan fast—I feel uneasy. Gatherings for major religious holidays…

How to Fill Your Life with Interesting People

I had just settled down to watch the Michael Jackson documentary, Leaving NeverLand, when I received a text that dramatically changed the course of my evening. “Just learned that one…

How to Make a Delicious African Peanut Stew

I was resting in my bunk when the enticing aroma of African Peanut Stew compelled me to the kitchen of the Methodist Guest House in Bo, Sierra Leone. Who can…

The War Time Trauma of a Lost Limb

An eerie photo essay of artificial limbs created during the Afghan war brought back memories of the artificial limbs I saw in Sierra Leone. The “How Afghans Have Adapted to…

World Toilet Day, The Funny Punchline That Is Not

November 19th is World Toilet Day. World Toilet Day sounds like a funny punchline. That is, unless you have seen a beautiful 5-year-old African School Girl dressed in a crisp blue…

Precious Gift from a Wonderful African Homecoming

Returning to Sierra Leone to check on the progress of a school the Morrow Church team helped fund, the Modern-Day Church Lady received something more precious in return. The children…