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The Restoring Power Of Education And MRH Sisterhood

Education is the most powerful weapon that you can use to change the world. ~Nelson Mandela Meet Ashley and Jacky, two of our determined and trailblazing students at My Refuge House. When our girls first arrive, we assess their educational…

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Meet one of the characters in our story...

If you are reading this, you are a character in the story of My Refuge House. Whether it's your first or your 395th time clicking on our website, you are part of our story. A spark of curiosity caused you to click a link in order to read…
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A Tap On The Shoulder

  The other day I was working at a local coffee shop and I did what I normally would do; I opened up my laptop, put in my earbuds and started to work. Before long I felt a tap on my shoulder. It felt as if an alarm went off waking me…
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Spiderwebs and Ferocious Lions

“When the spiderwebs unite they can tie up even the most ferocious lion.” African proverb   This was the response of an African American woman who had just returned from the March on Washington, in 1963. Having heard Martin Luther…
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Girls: Part I

Here is the third in the mini-series sharing Rachel's blog.... This is the beginning of a short blog series featuring the amazing girls that I work with at My Refuge House. Due to confidentiality their faces will be hidden and I will use their…
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Busog

"Joy is what happens to us when we allow ourselves to recognize how good things really are." ~ Marianne Williamson I began my journey getting to know My Refuge House a month ago. Since then, I have invited anyone I talk with to join me in getting…