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Redefining mzungu: Sandy’s story

Sandy Skorczewski - Imara International

By Joe Abe Kenyans call Sandy Skorczewski “mzungu,” which simply means “white person” in Swahili. After learning more about Sandy, when I hear mzungu, I think about “perseverance.” In the third issue of Mjumbe Imara, I began to… Read More

A look back at 2015 from the Imara House

Merry Christmas

It’s amazing that 2015 is coming to a close. The time goes by quickly and changes happen all around us, no matter where we are or what we are doing. It is exciting for me to step back and reflect on all that has been happening and share some parts of that with you.

Sandy settles in

Sandy at Nanyuki House

As you all know, in April I said goodbye to friends and family and went to follow God’s call on my life with Imara International in Kenya. The country is beautiful to say the least. It has been a great learning experience in many ways and there isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t learn something new.