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Monday update from Pastor Greg

Today was a good day.  We traveled to two schools to meet our orphans and to distribute books.  The roads were long (and treacherous), but we certainly felt it was worthwhile.  Tom and Linda Gapp do such an excellent job at coordinating both the Tanzanian AIDS Orphan Project and...
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Update from Pastor Greg: Sunday

Tonight I returned from three days at our sister congregation at Karansi.  The Sheridan team joined me today.  We had an amazing experience.  Since I will be at the Uhuru Hotel for a couple of days, I will be able to, bit by bit, fill you in on some details.  At this point all I...
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From Pastor Greg: Thursday

Today was a great day for us in Tanzania.  Tom, Linda and I (along with friend of SLC, Sandy) went to the Northern Diocese Bookstore and put labels on hundreds of books, which will be presented in the nextfew days. Rocky and Judy Sorensen went to visit a school – a visit...
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Pastor Rhonda Update from Tanzania

Well, I’m finally finding some time to write at length regarding our Tanzania trip.We are having a great time. Everyone is healthy and our Tanzanian hosts humble us with their tremendous hospitality!So far, we have met many pastors and Lutheran church leaders who are doing...
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Tanzania first day

Our first day of traveling to Tanzania was for the birds.  It’s amazing how one little bird can stop a mega ton machine causing 28 people to spend all day in an airport.  You might wonder what the bright side of this day could be? The answer is that twenty some people kept...
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Delayed by A Bird

Well, our first day of travel was eventful and not eventful all at the same time. We boarded our plane to Minneapolis began the taxi to take off, accelerated for take off and then suddenly felt the brakes. We taxied to a stopping point where we heard word of what happened. A...
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Eve of Departure

We’re ready! These words feel good to say on the eve of departure to our mission partnerships in Tanzania. We’ve worked for months to be at this point. Not only are we ready because we’re packed and ready to go, but we are ready because we’ve been so...
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Haitian partner program highlighted in Huffington Post article

It is hard to believe it has been three years since the devastating earthquake shook Haiti on Jan. 12. Sheridan has continued to partner with organizations in Haiti to further the rebuilding process. Below is a link to an article that speaks about a program that Sheridan helps to...
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Women in Haiti

Ilosemène had lost everything she had when her house burned down. Charité, who is a CLM member living in Gran Zèb in Western Boucan Carré, is her communion-sister. That is to say that they were part of the same communion class. She invited Ilosemène and her family into her home,...
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I Can See by Emily Estes

In preparation to travel to Haiti I never imagined coming home would be one of the more difficult parts. While I can’t speak for others, I can say that this was not just a trip to Haiti; it was a journey of transformation and faith. In conversations I’ve had since...
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We’re Home by Emily Estes

10/25/20127:32amWe’re back! Though quite an interesting day, we made it safely back to the U.S. yesterday. Our group would like to send out a huge ‘THANK YOU’ to all who made this journey possible through prayers, financial help, and in-kind donations for our...
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Last Day in Haiti by Emily Estes

10/23/20129:57pmHow do we say farewell to a people that we have come to know as brothers and sisters in Christ? We loaded bags and suitcases planning to come to a country in need of our donations and material goods. Tomorrow morning we will depart carrying less in our arms, but...
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