Road Block Fears

I realized that I was afraid of passing through the roadblock. Missionary friends had been previously stopped and questioned by the soldiers who guard the barricade. So what? I just felt vulnerable...


People are tired of oppression. They want freedom … freedom to be who they are, to speak their mother tongue, to say what they feel, and to live the way they want. They want dreams of peace and prosperity to come true. Yet the lack of results from peaceful attempts has led to violent revolts.

Election-Time Fears Fuel Prayers

How do you prepare for elections? Bake something for the polling booth cake stall or do a letterbox drop for the party of your choice? Here it's a bit different. People cancel any non-essential travel around the country and they stock up on food, cash and other items in case strikes, unrest or curfews close the shops. Quite a few have yet to bring their children into town for school, although the school year started weeks ago. They prefer to keep them in the relative safety of the villages until things settle down.

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