Prayer for healing in Morocco

Some years ago my husband and I were traveling in Africa as a freelance writing and photography team. At one point we were accompanying a group of university professors and personnel from the United States Agency for International Development on a visit to semi-pastoralist (livestock-based and itinerant) communities in the high desert grasslands of northern Morocco. 

I had spent significant time in prayer preparing for this trip. And two ideas that I took to heart during that time were these: First, there is no “dark continent.” For many decades “colonialists” referred to Africa as the “dark continent.” I knew this could not be true because where God’s children dwell, there is only light, and Africans, like all people, are in truth God’s children.

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