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I have arrived safely in Uganda and am settling in to my new home and life at Kiwoko Hospital.

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On keeping pigs

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Sometimes students ask awkward questions which demand a difficult answer. In this blog Keith reflects on the story in Luke about the Geserene pigs. Why did those pigs have to die? It is, as they say on Facebook, ‘complicated.’

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Final thoughts from DR Congo

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Linda and Stewart spent the last few days of their visit seeing the vital role the Church has in developing the people and communities of North Kivu Diocese.

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Final Greetings from Zambia

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Church of Ireland Ordinand, William Jeffrey has completed his visit to CMSI’s partners in Zambia. In his final blog, he shares what special things he will always remember about his time in Zambia.

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Yei Church Leaders Attacked - Please Pray

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Following reports of violent attacks on church leaders in Yei town, CMSI urges continued prayer for South Sudan and for the Church there.

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Giving And Receiving

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Church of Ireland ordinand, William Jeffrey, provides a new update from his summer placement in the Diocese of Northern Zambia.

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Prayer diary: Monday, 21 August 2017

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DR CONGO: North Kivu Diocese
Thank God for the completion of the new accommodation at the diocesan home for children. Pray for the committee, staff and volunteers as they put new systems in place, purchase furnishings and seek to develop the further accommodation that is needed.