Posts Tagged ‘Makaphutu’

A Simple Moment

Posted Aug 28 in Articles by No Comments

Although our internship has come to an end, the journey has just begun!

Welcome Home: South Africa, Summer 2012

Posted Aug 23 in Trip Recaps by No Comments

A small community of powerful love exists here in the path of wreckage left by disease and injustice…

Too Broken for Human Compassion

Posted Aug 02 in Articles by 4 Comments

This place is not only for raising children, but for healing them.

A Common Calling

Posted Jul 26 in Articles by 2 Comments

See how “common gifts” are being used in radical ways…

Culture Guide: Party Like a Zulu

Posted Jul 19 in Culture Guides by No Comments

See what it looks like to celebrate life in the Zulu culture…

Gettin’ Stuff Done

Posted Jul 13 in Travel Journals by 4 Comments

When the only thing certain is uncertainty, just how flexible are you?

Time Flies

Posted Jul 09 in Articles by 1 Comment

Ever wonder what feeding exotic birds, fighting bush fires and driving a car named Cornelius have in common?

That’s Not Her Story

Posted Jul 06 in Articles by 4 Comments

As powerful as her story is, you’ll be equally compelled by what her story is not

Photo Gallery: Makaphutu at a Glance

Posted Jun 28 in Photos by 7 Comments

Anyone get a child ready today? Imagine getting everything done… 38 times!

Wasted Tears

Posted Jun 22 in Travel Journals by 15 Comments

Laura’s last WND assignment – and now she’s hesitant?