Saturday, October 15, 2011 Could Rwanda Become the “Bread Basket” of Africa? A week with Willy and Ben has made me a believer in their vision. As God showed Willy how to restore 8,000 acres of depleted land into a thriving farm and then Africa’s leading ecotourism park, God was also planting a vision for
Friday, October 14, 2011 Our Legacy: The Next Generation (and the generation after that) Twenty-two year old Patrice was a fountain of business ideas in our first Cohort of the BDC. We were wondering when he would choose just one and start it. Winning the 2011 Africa Innovation Prize (AIP) was the catalyst for his
Wed., May 4 (Graduation Day!) Dr. John Mulford Chrystel was working in overdrive to get all the last minute details ready with certificates, programs, etc. A last minute brainstorm had me working feverishly to create an image that looked something like our web page, but fit nicely when projected on a screen—no small feat for
Thurs, April 28, 2011 Dr. John Mulford Hamim dropped by the office to pay his bill. It is so rewarding to hear how the program is impacting the class. He and Jacques, a classmate, have started a football (soccer to us) academy. They had dreamed about it for years, but couldn’t figure out how to
When He had stopped speaking He said to Simon, “Launch out into the deep and let down your nets for a catch” (Luke 5:4). I recently had the privilege to visit the beautiful city of Freetown; a small city in Sierra Leone, West Africa that is wrapped by an ocean where individuals come as far
originally published on the Kingdom Business Blog – October 17th, 2008 Update for The Africa Project: Regent Center for Entrepreneurship’s Tom Stansbury visited Opportunity International’s Board of Governors’ meeting in Chicago earlier this month. RCE has begun partnering with Os Hillman of MarketplaceLeaders.org, who sends 160,000 Marketplace Meditations each day to Christians in business worldwide.