Thinking About Mozambique

Sunday, after worship and a large community dinner, we drove back from Ressano Garcia towards Matola and on to our hotel in Maputo.  Ezy, a friend and colleague who lives in Mozambique, drove.  The chilling morning clouds in Ressano gave way to intense sun, and the truck’s interior warmed quickly with no air conditioning to

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Being Non-Complementary

My daughter, recently turned eleven, sometimes imagines herself a prophet.  That’s really true when it comes to gender equality and women’s issues.  When her candidate for president lost, she had so hoped for the first woman to take office, she took days to recover.  And, three years ago, she decided to use Halloween to make

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