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What can I do that will make a difference?

What can I do that will make a difference?

For so many of us, that question stirs up a place of doubt and shame. We believe the lie, deep down, that we’re not unique enough. Gifted enough. Rich enough… to make a true impact. So we give up, allowing shame and guilt to whisper in our ears...

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World Water

Today is World Water Day. Clean drinking water is something that we take for granted every single day. Many Ghanaians do not have access to clean water or proper sanitation facilities, and many face water scarcity during the dry season. When we...

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Street View

Street View

My wife and I have friends who take Google Map vacations. They will get on their computer and explore some place around the world with Google Maps and then choose street view. It’s a fun game that they play, but they know that street view on Google...

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Bakery and Maintenance Update

Bakery and Maintenance Update

At Touch A Life, we are constantly striving to make improvements at the Care Center that help us to be self-sustaining. This type of sustainability is important as it helps us to stretch our funds further and better empower the children and staff...

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Green Door

Green Door

  On one of my trips to Ghana I was visiting some of the remote fishing villages on Lake Volta. I was traveling with an interpreter and we were attempting to build relationships with some of the families and fisherman that lived on the...

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Creative Healing

Creative Healing

From the moment that I entered the Connor Creative Art Center at the Care Center, I knew that it was a special place for the children. The Lego-shaped building is a work of art itself, but what is inside is what truly makes it a special space....

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Simple Joys of Childhood

Simple Joys of Childhood

Do you remember what it was like to play as a child? Just think about the joy of grabbing some toys or grabbing a baseball and a glove and playing until you were so exhausted you couldn’t play anymore. For many kids, my 3 year old son included,...

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Rachel Reflects on 10 Years

Rachel Reflects on 10 Years

As I write this, we’ve embarked upon a new year: it’s 2019 already, and I marvel over the ways my life has changed, morphed, and grown over the past decade. I graduated from my beloved alma mater, Pepperdine University, in 2008, and in the midst of...

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Human Trafficking Awareness

Human Trafficking Awareness

Today, January 11th, is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. Human trafficking and forced child labor have a long history in Ghana. During my visit to Ghana, one of the most vivid illustrations I saw of this history was when we visited Cape...

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Trust

Trust

I’m a therapist and have always been passionate about working with disadvantaged children, so when I was given an opportunity to work with the children at Touch A Life, I jumped at it. I had been wanting to do this type of work since leaving my job...

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