Kayla Massey

Kayla is serving with the E-Care Center in Halsema in the Diocese of North Central Philippines.

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One too many mornings and a thousand miles behind

 Apologies to my incredible friends and family for waiting so long to write a blog. It’s been a quick and busy few months here in Santiago with a lot of new things going on.In the processing center Dap-Ayan where I work, we are the only peanut butter processing center within ... [Read More]
Kirsten Lowell

Kirsten is serving as an administrative assistant in charge of special projects in the Diocese of Uruguay.

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And I go back to December all the time

Let us just pretend my last blog post wasn’t a MONTH ago (oops, my bad).
December was hot, busy, happy, and exciting. The advent season brought warmer and longer days which was a first for me, and I certainly missed the snow. I can honestly say I have not sweated so ... [Read More]
Maurice Dyer

Maurice is a second-year YASC missionary, and is serving with the Institute for Healing of Memories in Cape Town, South Africa.

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Democracy?

On November 22nd I traveled with the Institute to a place called Masipumelele. This place is on the opposite side of the mountain from me.  I went for a workshop; the topic of the workshop was democracy. Democracy in South Africa is 20 years old and most of the people ... [Read More]
Paul Daniels

My name is Paul Daniels, II. I am a native born North Carolinian who will be spending a year in Grahamstown, South Africa working at the Anglican Cathedral of Grahamstown. I moved to Boston, MA to live in intentional faith community with the Life Together Community to discern a call to the Episcopal Priesthood and dedicate myself to a year of social justice and serving an urban Episcopal parish in Lynn, MA. I am deeply interested in Christian Spirituality and the oneness of God and humanity. I believe in peace and mutuality, and that oneness with God becomes real when we learn to live peaceably with ourselves and each other.

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Don't You Wish? Something to Smile About Sometimes When it Rains?

Thanks to a brilliant and awesome friend I've made here by the name of Mohammad Shabangu, I had the opportunity to meet the beautiful lady that you see in the YouTube video above.Her name is Gcina Mhlophe, and she is a South African poet that has performed pieces with the ... [Read More]
Rachel McDaniel

Rachel is serving with women’s and children’s ministries in the Diocese of Southwestern Brazil.

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And my year begins...

Oi, amigos!I made it! After months of delays, I'm finally in Brazil! I apologize that I haven't written in many months! Here are my multiple reasons:To get the type of visa I needed for Brazil, a FBI background check was required. As it worked out, once I applied for this, ... [Read More]
Ryan Zavacky

Ryan is teaching at the Holy Cross School in Grahamstown, South Africa.

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My sermon from November 2nd

Ezra Benson, a former agriculture secretary of the United States and the 13th President of the Church of Latter Day Saints, (I know an odd fella to be quoting) once said" pride is concerned with who is right and humility is concerned with what is right.” Just like my sermon ... [Read More]
Will Bryant

I am a second-year volunteer with the Young Adult Service Corps currently serving in Rome at St. Paul's Within the Walls Episcopal Church.

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One Month Arrived, a Lifetime of Growth

I arrived in Rome, Italy, to start my second year of YASC on Sept. 13, 2014. I arrived at Fiumicino Airport on a big jet plane - a plane where I sat in a comfortable chair, was given yummy food and drink, and watched as many movies as the time ... [Read More]
Willie Lutes

Willie serving as a communications assistant with the Anglican Church of Southern Africa Environmental Network and Anglican Communion Environmental Network in Cape Town, South Africa.

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Eco Bishops and Lion Heads

Hey crew, I know you have been waiting with bated breath to hear from Cape Town. Now you can breathe easy, because here is your update.It is just a few days shy of being 2 months spent in South Africa for me; the Green Anglican office has been really running ... [Read More]

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