August in Washington, D.C. is traditionally a quiet, slower time, with oppressive heat and lighter traffic, as government leaders and others often use the month to vacation or otherwise leave the city. However, this year the month didn’t begin that way at all, as the U.S. hosted the first ever U.S.- [...]Continue Reading →
Tomorrow I will go ride 100 miles in Katy TX and complete race 2 of My1.25. The training is done and now it’s time to put all of that hard work to the test. I’m confident things will go well and am excited for the opportunity. It has been a lot of [...]Continue Reading →
Hello everybody, it’s about 45 days until my next My1.25 race to the benefit the children of 25:40 and has it been busy! Since my last race, Rachel and I have been called to do some amazing things for My1.25 and other ministries to be God’s hands and feet. In addition to serving, I’ve taken [...]Continue Reading →
Editor’s Note: We like to share with you some of the news from the Canzibe community in which the 25:40 preschool and afterschool students live. This gives you an idea of the context of their lives, and of some of the struggles and achievements of Rev. Wikus van der Walt, whose job it is to bring [...]Continue Reading →
Buck Gardenier wants to make a difference in the lives of children he’s never met, and he’s going to do it the hard way. He will participate in five endurance races over the next 13 months, running, swimming and biking more than 407 miles. And along the way, we will get to know the children [...]Continue Reading →
Today is International Women’s Day, a day to celebrate women’s accomplishments and inspire change for greater equality in careers, education and sports. This is a big day in the United Kingdom and in the United States, where more than 650 public events are planned.
But in South Africa, where my heart is, [...]Continue Reading →