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I close my scarred eyes, having seen too much destruction, pain and terror, hoping to erase the days images, begging for the nightmares to stay away and praying that all of this is a dream.   I am desperate for unconsciousness.   But like whenever you need sleep to overcome you; it stays hidden.  It...
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After a while, it hurts too much to take any more photos of the destruction. The gravity of what I was looking at suddenly dawns on me.  The rubble in front of me are peoples entire worlds; their homes, their livelihoods. It was supposed to be their safe place. I realise that I am documenting...
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Without wanting to accidently stand on this boys’ seeming lifeless legs I have to wait a moment at the top of the stairs.
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April 25 2015 This is so difficult to write about. How can I accurately portray the crumbling building, the screaming children, the stampede of people, the terror, the deafening cracks of the earth, the grinding of the earth’s plates, the moments of absolute chaos as Nepali people search for family members. I was collecting my...
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Metamorphic Asia programs started 2013 on a high and finished the same way with a total of 46 new Churches being planted across Asia as well as another 20,000 people receiving access to safe clean water and sanitation facilities for the first time ever. At the end of 2013 the team spent time in Cambodia...
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Spring time in Poland is beautiful, with the days growing longer, brighter and warmer. It was a great time for our Australian team, Lindsay and Melissa to be in Europe. Our second Church Planting Boot camp held in down-town Krakow began at the start of May, and is our key annual training event for new...
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At the beginning of this year we returned to Kenya and Burundi to run our follow-up programs with the classes that had been trained last year. Kenya: Pastor Fred Needham (NZ) did a fantastic job in training some of the leaders from previous years. With his knowledge and years of experience in ministry and leadership...
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With the year already well underway our plans and projects for Asia are now in full swing.  In April we will head to Myanmar to mentor and follow up 18 Church Planters from the October 2012 class, followed by a new program in Siem Reap Cambodia where we will train 25 new Church Planters. This year’s programs will be...
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This month we have seen the completion of the water project in Burundi, which will make a great impact to the lives of many people. Thanks to the constructed pipeline they will not need to spend up to 4 hours everyday collecting water. We are about to start our first Follow-up program for the year...
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It is widely recognised that up to 80% of illness experienced in developing countries can be attributed to poor water and sanitation.  Over the past 3 years Metamorphic’s Water4Water initiatives have provided over 50,000 people with access to safe clean water as well as hygiene and sanitation education across countries such as Cambodia, Myanmar and...
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