Why doesn’t Santa visit the poor countries?

Why doesn’t Santa visit the poor countries?

It was a normal morning in the Regan household. My eight-year-old son Daniel looked up from eating his breakfast and said to me, “Dad, why doesn’t Santa go to poor countries?” Those of you who know me well know that I am not often lost for words, but for a while I didn’t know how to answer his question. This had gotten me thinking about some of my friends who live in poorer countries across the world. It got me thinking specifically about my friends in Ghana. The first time I went to Ghana in West Africa was for the dual purpose of serving and learning more about black history….

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Rethinking Courage

Rethinking Courage

Three weeks ago I had major limb reconstruction surgery. I was diagnosed five years ago with a degenerative condition on both knees which needed to be corrected by surgery, but I managed to put the operation off until now. I get very anxious around hospitals and with lots of ongoing health issues with my four children I just didn’t want to do it. In addition, I love what I do and wanted to make sure XLP was in good shape. On 10th October I went into theatre just before 9.00am and came back onto the ward at 3.30pm. We were told the operation had gone well.  The Fibula and Tibia…

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