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It’s here! It’s here! The Rwanda issue of World Next Door Magazine is finally live. And wow. It’s a good one.
This month our new year-long fellows Jeff and Brooke Hartman take us from the streets of Kigali to the shores of Lake Kivu to the foot of a volcano. It’s a powerful issue about hope and healing in the wake of Rwanda’s horrific genocide.
The issue is so awesome, in fact, I don’t even know what elements to highlight. How about this? I’ll just list a few of my favorites:
- A personal history of Rwanda – Brooke finally makes sense of the history that led to the genocide, all in a conversational tone. And Tara’s infographic timeline is amazing!
- The Coffee Process – Gorgeous photos showing how our morning cup of Joe goes from tree to cherry to bean.
- New Section Headings – This is sort of simple and mundane, but the photos for our new section headings (Embark, Explore, Ignite, Launch) are super cool.
- Powerful Features – The feature articles in this issue are truly powerful. Jeff and Brooke each wrote one, and they are amazingly compelling and hope-filled. Take some time to read these and you won’t be sorry!
- Photos, photos, photos! – There are some phenomenal shots in this issue. Seriously. There is a lot of eye candy here.
But the coolest thing about the issue is that our newest partner ministry, African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries (ALARM) is highlighted in such a compelling way. We have so many new ways for our readers to get involved. It’s exciting!
So. Awesome photos. Compelling stories. Fantastic design. Think it might be worth checking out?
You can download the issue using our tablet and smartphone app, available for FREE in the iTunes App Store, the Google Play store and the Amazon App Store. Or, you can read all of the articles here on the website by visiting this page.
About the Author: Barry is the founder and Executive Director of World Next Door. A storyteller, traveller and giant nerd, he lives to compel suburban Americans to get engaged with social justice and find their place in God's kingdom revolution. His ultimate dream is to adopt a pet monkey named Kevin.