If you have an important point to make, don’t try to be subtle or clever. Use a pile driver. Hit the point once. Then come back and hit it again. Then hit it a third time – a tremendous whack. ~Winston Churchill

The murals for St. Joseph’s Orphanage

Unite team travelers for June-July 2014 Kitty Crosby (15) and Lila Wells (13) have worked their magic creating designs for the walls of the St. Joseph’s Orphanage in Kiseriani Village outside of Arusha. A local artist has been hired to sketch the outline of these creations on the walls prior to our arrival so our […]

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Sitting on a thinly cushioned chair across the desk from the pastor, I demanded answers. Whether they came from within the dense pages of the bible that lay open on the tabletop between us, from any one of the many dozens of spiritual texts that crowded her wall-to-wall bookcase or wherever else, I didn’t care. I just […]

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Get ready, let’s go… and… PAINT!

  Our next Unite travel team leaves for Tanzania five weeks from today. We are so excited to spend time with many Unite new and old partner charitable organizations and work & share, learn & discover. At The St. Paul’s Primary School, in partnership with Stephanie Hall – founder and director of the Christ Church […]

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Unite Sends Another College Graduate to Tanzania!

Last winter, Unite sent recent-college-grad Katherine Duhamel to work with our partner Nurse Ruth Matiyas and assist her in her mission to serve the Hadza hunter-gatherer people of Northern Tanzania. She writes that her experience in Tanzania was “the best thing I’ve ever done.” We are excited now to provide another unique service opportunity to college […]

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