Category: Africa

As Crianças

One of the most common questions I’m asked is,”What’s your favorite part about Africa?” My response has been the same for the past three years: the kids. It’s hard to explain to people who have never been to an orphanage the emotions you experience while there. Feelings of anger, mostly directed towards the parents who […]

Ilha da Inhaca

A week after we arrived in Mozambique, we took a three-hour journey in a tugboat with the kids to a tiny island off the coast of Maputo. The tugboat was cramped and, like most things in Mozambique, had a scent that was less-than-pleasing to the nose. Those things were forgotten, though, in the thrill of being out […]

Real Talk: Mozambique 2015

As y’all probably know, I’m going to spend about half of my summer in Mozambique, Africa at Project Liberty International Orphan Home! I am so so incredibly excited to spend so much time at my favorite place in the world, getting to serve alongside an incredible woman with faith like I’ve never seen before. I […]