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Updates: Evergreen Agriculture (Fertilizer Trees) and Amaranth

In World Renew we are always learning about new ways to use the huge diversity of assets the Lord put

It’s a Facinating World & It’s a World of Big Challenges & Sometimes Even Worms Can be Part of the Solutions

Introduction I started this blog in the hope of sharing a journey of learning about life and faith, community development,

Thai Silk: The Wondrous Little Silkworms and the Artful Human Beings Who Work With Them

Thai people and Thai culture show an amazing curiosity and relationship between human beings and nature.  While living in Thailand

What happens when differing cultures eat together?

When I was in Mozambique, back in May, the dynamics of hospitality and friendship in eating together struck me again.

When Do “Christmas Pointsettias” Flower South of the Equator?

People in North America like pointsettia flowers at Christmas time, in December.   But, there were, in full flower in Mozambique

Two Ears of Corn vs. Two Ears of Corn: Harvest of Plenty in Mozambique For Farmers Who Cannot Afford Fertilizer

This picture of Manuel holding two ears from his tradition patch of corn vs two ears from his “conservation agriculture”

Being in Africa Again—Malawi in May

I’m here in Malawi to participate in an evaluation of our World Renew work, across the border, in Mozambique. Right

A 92 year-old Lady In Her Home Place, With a Sense of Place

While in Bangladesh last week, it was a privilege for me to meet the 92 year-old mother of my co-worker,

Life on the River in Dhaka, Bangladesh

At this moment the country of Bangladesh is passing through a kind of anguish. Old wounds from the civil war