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Stories from the Field
Champion of Literacy
September 11, 2019
As you enter the lobby of The George Hotel in College Station, Texas, you are welcomed by a wall...
A Private War
April 29, 2019
I recently watched the movie A Private War, which chronicles the last 11 years of war...
How to Avoid Growing Weary in Well-Doing
February 11, 2019
Do you ever wonder where you are going to eat your next meal or where you will sleep tonight? I...
January 16, 2019
I’ve discovered an invaluable secret – listen to what’s in your heart and pursue it with all you...
Simple Acts Become Transformational
August 23, 2018
Art makes me happy. It’s messy and unpredictable. It’s fascinating to see friends with real...
The 1,000 Step Story
June 22, 2018
Many refugees were part of thriving middle-class communities in some of the oldest cities in the...
Part II – Escaping Death
May 31, 2018
In Part I of this blog, Schoolyard Graffiti: The Beginning of War, I told the harrowing story of...
Part I - Schoolyard Graffiti
May 10, 2018
“I wake up every day praying this is a temporary situation and that life will get better soon,...
Reflecting, Redesigning, Recommitting
April 13, 2018
Reflecting I founded Walk With Me at the height of the refugee crisis to feed, heal, teach and...
The Significance of Insignificant Acts
April 4, 2018
“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.” Aesop It’s often the small acts of...
Real Sustainable Impact
March 5, 2018
I think it’s pretty clear when we talk about the needs of refugees, an IT system isn’t anything...
Bracing for Winter
January 18, 2018
Cold weather has officially arrived in the refugee camps. I’ve been here in the cold many times,...
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