As soon as our Amazing Race hit the Inhaminga road I knew I was home!

The last time you saw me on our amazing race I was packing my zebra suitcase for the USA. What an incredible time it was, and continues to be. Acceleration continues in every avenue. Acceleration of anointing, laughter, preaching and teaching, catching up with everyone… now I am teaching Leadership School at Inhaminga 3 to 4 hours a day with a whole lot going on in-between. And leaving for Zimbabwe in two day’s time. What a pace, what a race… it is glorious.

Once we hit the Inhaminga Road I knew we were home! Though Pensacola roads were quite impressive during the floods… (minus the mud) Six hours over the potholes and through mud was quite a grande finale to a long flight from Pensacola to Atlanta to Johannesburg, finally arriving in Beira.

Once we hit the Inhaminga Road I knew we were home! Though Pensacola roads were quite impressive during the floods… (minus the mud) Six hours over the potholes and through mud was quite a grande finale to a long flight from Pensacola to Atlanta to Johannesburg, finally arriving in Beira.

Sunshine our parrot missed me, so did Rodney who started the journey at 02:00 am to collect me from the airport.

Sunshine our parrot missed me, so did Rodney who started the journey at 02:00 am to collect me from the airport.

Getting my stripes together in the bush.

Getting my stripes together in the bush.

‘Apostolic Women’ was powerful, life changing. When Doctor Robin preaches and prays at  ‘Prayer America’ it gives me such a passion and love for America I could pack my zebra suitcase to live there permanently.

‘Apostolic Women’ was powerful, life changing. When Doctor Robin preaches and prays at ‘Prayer America’ it gives me such a passion and love for America I could pack my zebra suitcase to live there permanently.

LOL at this signpost on Pensacola Beach!

LOL at this signpost on Pensacola Beach!

I could never really leave Africa, and I never want to travel without Rod ever again in my life. It is so wonderful to be back together again. 'I Love You, Sweetheart!’

I could never really leave Africa, and I never want to travel without Rod ever again in my life. It is so wonderful to be back together again. ‘I Love You, Sweetheart!’

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