AFRICA

Jubilation – Weekly Inspiring Image

Laughter and exuberant applause erupts from the congregation at a Sunday morning service in Goma, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). The pastor, who normally preaches in Swahili, has just told a Bible story in their heart language – Nyanga.

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Jubilation – Weekly Inspiring Image

Laughter and exuberant applause erupts from the congregation at a Sunday morning service in Goma, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). The pastor, who normally preaches in Swahili, has just told a Bible story in their heart language – Nyanga.

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Cameroon – Weekly Inspiring Image

A young boy in the central African nation of Cameroon enjoys a game of football with friends. Barefooted, they dash around the red earth yard shouting each others’ names and bouncing the ball from various body parts. This boy’s nation,

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Cameroon – Weekly Inspiring Image

A young boy in the central African nation of Cameroon enjoys a game of football with friends. Barefooted, they dash around the red earth yard shouting each others’ names and bouncing the ball from various body parts. This boy’s nation,

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Coordination – Weekly Inspiring Image

Making foufou in Benin is not a one person task! This team of women are beating yam pulp with incredible coordination. Foufou is the staple food of many West African nations – and Benin, a slice of Africa between Togo

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Coordination – Weekly Inspiring Image

Making foufou in Benin is not a one person task! This team of women are beating yam pulp with incredible coordination. Foufou is the staple food of many West African nations – and Benin, a slice of Africa between Togo

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Those Eyes – Weekly Inspiring Image

This gorgeous little girl lives in a village near Lake Albert in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Once known as Zaire, this huge and troubled nation is still recovering from what some people call “Africa’s World War”. A

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Those Eyes – Weekly Inspiring Image

This gorgeous little girl lives in a village near Lake Albert in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Once known as Zaire, this huge and troubled nation is still recovering from what some people call “Africa’s World War”. A

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Another Day – Weekly Inspiring Image

The sun sets on another day in Hadjer Hadid, Chad. A nation where French and Arabic are the official languages, but the 130 unique ethno-linguistic communities still seek a God that speaks their language. An expat translator working in the

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Another Day – Weekly Inspiring Image

The sun sets on another day in Hadjer Hadid, Chad. A nation where French and Arabic are the official languages, but the 130 unique ethno-linguistic communities still seek a God that speaks their language. An expat translator working in the

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Ivory Coast – Weekly Inspiring Image

A woman sells fresh chillies at a market in Abidjan the largest city in the African nation of Côte d’Ivoire (lit: Ivory Coast). After many prosperous years since independence Côte d’Ivoire has suffered through two separate violent civil wars this

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Ivory Coast – Weekly Inspiring Image

A woman sells fresh chillies at a market in Abidjan the largest city in the African nation of Côte d’Ivoire (lit: Ivory Coast). After many prosperous years since independence Côte d’Ivoire has suffered through two separate violent civil wars this

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Dry Landscape, Hopeful Future – Monday’s Inspiring Image

In southwest Ethiopia, a rough road carrying more pedestrians and cattle than vehicles runs past this dry landscape with its round houses. When these children’s parents were their age, no books had been written in their language – Guji-Oromo. Today,

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Dry Landscape, Hopeful Future – Monday’s Inspiring Image

In southwest Ethiopia, a rough road carrying more pedestrians and cattle than vehicles runs past this dry landscape with its round houses. When these children’s parents were their age, no books had been written in their language – Guji-Oromo. Today,

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Raised Hands – Monday’s Inspiring Image

Xavier, one of the leaders of the Tarikhi ya Haakhi (Way of Truth) community of believers in Angoche, Mozambique, lifts his hands in worship. Each week Xavier and other followers of Jesus in the Koti community meet together to receive

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Raised Hands – Monday’s Inspiring Image

Xavier, one of the leaders of the Tarikhi ya Haakhi (Way of Truth) community of believers in Angoche, Mozambique, lifts his hands in worship. Each week Xavier and other followers of Jesus in the Koti community meet together to receive

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Warm Eyes – Monday’s Inspiring Image

What a beautiful smile! I’m told that people from all over Sudan are incredibly welcoming and hospitable – everyone is treated like family! To see the warm eyes that greet this photographer – I believe it! Now that there is

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Warm Eyes – Monday’s Inspiring Image

What a beautiful smile! I’m told that people from all over Sudan are incredibly welcoming and hospitable – everyone is treated like family! To see the warm eyes that greet this photographer – I believe it! Now that there is

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Unique Worship – Monday’s Inspiring Image

In Ethiopia, faith in Christ can be traced back more than 1500 years and the ancient roots of this Christian community are seen throughout their culture. Worshipers show respect and reverence for God by bowing and swinging their arms back

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Unique Worship – Monday’s Inspiring Image

In Ethiopia, faith in Christ can be traced back more than 1500 years and the ancient roots of this Christian community are seen throughout their culture. Worshipers show respect and reverence for God by bowing and swinging their arms back

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The Lausanne Congress

I’m standing in the corner, staring out over the crowd. Watching, waiting. I assess where the light is strongest, I consider my approach. The speaker is wrapping up, and giving the table groups their questions. The lights are up, I’m

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The Lausanne Congress

I’m standing in the corner, staring out over the crowd. Watching, waiting. I assess where the light is strongest, I consider my approach. The speaker is wrapping up, and giving the table groups their questions. The lights are up, I’m

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