You Know You’re in Africa When. . .

My husband and I are involved in ministry in Ghana West Africa.
On our last trip there I blogged so that our friends at home could follow our trip.
I rarely had electricity and Internet at the same time,but when I did I posted to my blog.



Africa is by far the strangest and farthest place from which I’ve blogged.
I blogged about our experiences traveling and ministering there.
But the people, the people deserve a book, not a blog post.

You can read all the posts and see all the pictures at:

The pictures in this post come from:

Published by Kelly Grace

Every day I look for God to touch my life. That intersection of the divine and the daily is what I write about here at A Really Full Life.

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    1. Color is everywhere. The first house we lived in had these deep “bright” blue walls, a favorite of many Ghanaians. In January 2014 we’ll visit the north of Ghana where the climate is similar to the Southern Sahara Desert. Can’t wait.

  1. Thank you so much for your kind comment on my blog! It brightened my day. I’ve only just found your blog but I love reading about your mission!

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