https://soundcloud.com/mutalks/protectingthevulnerable?si=6132ef66d9434ec9a9aa5604ceb65d32&utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharing&fbclid=IwAR1iw_uqmALK4D8zels6JwUNieDryVnwNQlPXFOU1ND0ZBcTja1DLPFck1E Loved the opportunity to be featured on the MU Talks podcast and to dialogue with Alin Vrancila, Rob Hildebrand and Renee Duffy on the subject of Child Protection and Development and Justice Podcast. Was caught off guard a little by the rapid fire questions, but still enjoyed it and hope I did the topic … Continue reading Podcast with MU Talks: Discussing Child Protection and the Development and Justice Podcast
In this last episode of season 1, Greg Burch interviews three international development workers and graduates of the M.A. degree in Global Development and Justice (MAGDJ) about their work in international development engagement. Three distinct backgrounds and interests lead these MAGDJ alumni into critical global work and roles with World Vision International (Amanda) and World … Continue reading Podcast: Journeying into the field of International Development Management (Season 1, Episode 12)
Brandon Stiver has lived and worked in Tanzania, California and now in Tacoma, WA. Brandon started off his work with at-risk kids working in the child welfare sector in Moshi, Tanzania. After taking a hiatus in the states, he and his family returned to Moshi to setup a non-profit to care for kids, but with … Continue reading Podcast: Getting Kids Home with Brandon Stiver (Season 1, Episode 5)
"And we quickly learned being out every day and meeting and seeing the same people, relationships got established and in establishing those relationships people living on the streets were not who we thought they were and as they became friends, as they became people we saw every day, their life stories became real. It was … Continue reading Podcast: From Philly to Portland with Dr. Rev. Leroy Barber: Community Development Action and Lessons Learned Along the Way (Part 1) (Season 1, Episode 2)
I think my head is clear enough to try and detail a few experiences from Kenya. This was my first trip to Africa and was in particular a very exciting opportunity to hear how churches and seminaries are engaging with children ministries in the region. The first part of the trip was devoted to the … Continue reading Kenya trip – Nairobi & Kitale
Children At Risk School (CRS) The aim of the CRS is to provide an avenue for people called to this area of ministry, which will develop their skills and passions, so that they can effectively use them to touch God and disciple Nations. Goal: To multiply leaders who will champion the cause of children through … Continue reading YWAM Children at Risk School – Check it out!