Krista Lynn Campbell


a small world

In the little grocery store, we purchased beans, oil, and rice.  We added sugar, once rationed, to our basket along with a sweet treat: lollipops.  With our box of staples packed,we drove to Goodluck’s home in Tanzania. While my husband climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro with Compassion International, I traveled with a Compassion representative to spend additional time …

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One year ago. Flashback:  June 2, 2016       Karatu, Tanzania                  How much love can a heart hold? When blessed with the opportunity to love deeper and wider, my heart expanded just like my elastic waistband pants.  As the youngest and poorest surrounded me in Karatu, …

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I met this little boy while visiting a Compassion project in Tanzania.  After touring the facility and worshipping with the children,  it was time to eat. We served approximately 100 children a meal of rice, chicken, and fruit. This little guy was not enrolled in the Compassion program. I don’t know the reason. But he, …

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light wins

 Light finds its way in the darkness. Light wins over darkness. Always. “The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.” John 1:5 (NIV) Darkness will not prevail in this dark, 1-room home on a sunny afternoon in Arusha, Tanzania. Not this day. Today is a home visit. I am blessed …

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