my friend and co-worker renee altson took great pictures of walktheirwalk the other day (the walkathon we did to raise funds to build a school in twachiyanda, zamia).
so far, walktheirwalk raised $28,000 toward our goal of $40,000, to complete a school in twachiyanda.
2 thoughts on “walktheirwalk photos”
Hey Marko. This doesn’t have anything to do with the school in Zambia, but it’s a good idea/cause/thing to fight for anyways.
The 2 blogs that I read more than anything else on the internet are yours and Scot McKnights. I assume that you have heard about what’s going on in Burma and what the Military is doing to peaceful protestors. In instances like these I feel like there is little that I can do, but I know that our God does Big things. There are some Burmese refugees living in Indy and are using our building for their own worship service (the Chin people are Christian) and I have been interested in this story for awhile. I talked to one of the refugees and showed him my blog(I just put up some pics and told what was happening) and he said it was a really big thiing that I did. I got a comment saying this.
International bloggers are preparing an action to support the peaceful revolution in Burma. We want to set a sign for freedom and show our sympathy for these people who are fighting their cruel regime without weapons. These Bloggers are planning to refrain from posting to their blogs on October 4 and just put up one Banner then, underlined with the words “Free Burma!“.
So what I figure is this. If the two blogs that I read, and have an international audience, decide to help out in this cause, then maybe we can make a difference that turns out bigger than we thought. Think about it and I hope that you decide to support a Free Burma.
PS – Keep supporting us who work with Youth. We really appreciate it.
check out http://www.free-burma.org or http://www.studentsforburma.org or http://www.dvb.no for more info on whats up.