Eddying Out – Transatlantic Translocation


I am headed to Ghana west Africa today to serve as the director of a study abroad program for the university where I teach, Grand Valley State University.  I will be learning alongside 15 eager young students as we explore human trafficking, health issues, and sustainable safe water in Ghana.

I will probably be “off the water” for several days while I translocate across the Atlantic. I expect my experiences and adventures for the next several weeks will find their way into my walking on water posts as God shows me how to rely on Him daily.

I am looking forward to learning more about Ghana, the Ghanaian people and traditions, myself, and the amazing young people I will be travelling with for the next several weeks.

Prayer: God grant me and the group I am travelling with wisdom, patience, and safety while we are in Africa.

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