At times we see awful pictures on the TV of people in the world who are really struggling to survive.
Here is a picture of someone getting their drinking, cooking and washing water from a deep, dirty hole in the ground.
Is there anything we can do?
At Earith Storykepers we decided there was one thing we could do and that was to sponsor a child in Africa.
But first, we decided to be a child in Africa for one day, getting up and washing, eating breakfast (or not as the case maybe) and so on.
We compared those who had lots of things with those who had very few essential things.
From this experience we decided to sponsor a child via ‘World Vision’.
At most Storykeeper events we now have a slot where we catch up with our sponsored child.
I started on my Faith Journey in 1976 whilst on my sandwich year from college.
Since then I’ve not been restrained to any one denomination – believing that local Church is always important. Through career moves and life changes this has enabled me to play a part in the Assembly of God Church, Elim, various New Church Groupings, Brethren, Anglican and Baptist Churches.
I am married to Jackie and we live in Cambridgeshire in the UK.