An Abundance of Education I love learning. I may have mentioned a time or two on this blog that I like taking every opportunity I can get to learn something new. Or strengthen my skills in areas I'm already pursuing. The pictures above are examples of the "learning something new". I received a free 30 … Continue reading Compassion Wednesday: The Power of Education
Um, yes. Indeed it is beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Everywhere you go. And I mean, everywhere! But, don't worry. I'm not jumping on that bandwagon just yet. There is a reason I'm posting this little Christmas interlude for my Compassion Wednesday post. You knew this was coming, didn't you? With all that … Continue reading Merry Christmas! (Yes, I did say that – Already…)
This is a reblog of the October 26, 2015 post on Compassion Internationals blog: Pauline is a 38-year-old mother of two, born and brought up in the Korogocho slums, east of Nairobi, Kenya. Here, she experienced the harsh realities of Nairobi’s urban settlements. Characterized by high levels of poverty, crime, disease, political instability, ethnic conflicts … Continue reading Reblog: How Does the Church Offer Hope for Children in Poverty?
Note: Just wanted to let you know about the upcoming Newsletter - if you haven't already noticed in my sidebar - the June issue is still available and the July issue will be coming soon. If you sign up, the July issue will contain my short story Alien Cafe: The Disconti Incident. It's the sequel … Continue reading Back To School! Already?
I am promoting this through my twitter and Facebook, because I think it's such a great opportunity. I've used FutureLearn before, and I was impressed with the content and the pacing of the class. (It's great for me, because I get really busy - or I have to take breaks). If you're interested in gaining … Continue reading Writing Fiction Class Starting Soon