namaky mofo_June 10, 2018

Acts 2:46  Ary dia niray saina isanandro izy ka nazoto nankeo ankianjan’ ny tempoly ary namaky mofo tao an-trano ka nihinankanina tamin’ ny fifaliana sy ny fahatsoram-po. Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts. They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts.


The monotone voice on the Bible App read Matthew 3:31-34. These infamous verses account Jesus questioning the people who told him that that his mother and brother were waiting outside of the house for him. He tells the crowd around him that he was sitting amongst his mothers and brothers. The blood relatives outside were…

Mud&Mangroves_June 9, 2018

Celebrating 2 months in Madagascar with a morning trip to the Mangroves! I hope these photos have been a way for you to peak into life here in Majunga. Thank you for allowing me to share with you the people and places that have challenged me, loved me, broke me and healed me.  

A Chain Reaction of Reforestation

Here at the nursery in Majunga each of these women are cutting plastic for new trees and plants to be grown in . These trees and plants are cared for and grown by many other Eden Project hands either here in Majunga or at other nursery sites spread out throughout Madagascar . Eventually, they are planted…

Bazary Be

These gorgeous ladies serve the freshest fruits and vegetables in the bazary (market). They also make sure I am learning all my Malagasy food vocabulary. I am grateful for such a sweet spot to shop and learn. 

Fanjakan’ ny lanitra

Seraphene sat with her Malagasy Bible opened to Matthew 4 reading about the Fanjakan’ ny lanitra [English translation: Kingdom of Heaven]. As she finished reading verse 17 in Malagasy I seamlessly switched to reading verse 18 in English until the end of the chapter. After we finished reading I was childishly excited to ask her…