Charles and Tidzalerana

3 thoughts on “Charles and Tidzalerana”

  1. Thank you for sharing this story! I do some ministry with the Deaf community here in Nova Scotia. And recently did a presentation to our Atlantic Mission Society on ministering with people who are Deaf. I had heard about a centre in Ghana, and will now keep this story to share as well! Prayers for your ministry! Rev. Beth Mattinson

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  2. Blair, very moving story about Charles…am teary after reading it…am glad you could give him some work! Good that you checked with the other workers and the gardener…it sounds like a challenge with so many gate knockers wanting and needing work; selling wares and food etc.

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  3. So many things to learn about new culture!
    Lovely story of everyday life in Malawi. Makes me think how precious each person is……
    Keep’em coming!

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