About a week after my husband and I moved to Kenya in 2009 I took my first real trip through the grocery store to look for items that I needed for our home. The store near where we lived had an amazing variety! You could buy everything from a loaf of bread to a new kitchen table and everything in between. It was like a Kenyan Super Wal-Mart!
About Heather Pubols
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“I know how you can tell this story,” I said to a colleague with a smile. “Someone did something that made a positive change among some group of people in some country, and it’s so amazing everyone needs to know about it!”
In 2012 I took a media team to a country in central Africa to get stories about Bible translation projects in the country. We stayed in a guesthouse at an educational institution, and nearby was a school for the students’ children.
“Put away your cameras!” a man shouted…
In October 2018 I joined Global Service Network – a ministry that helps independent Christian workers and small Christian organizations with financial management and accountability.
Through them I was able to start a consultancy aimed at helping Christian nonprofits tell their story. I’m excited to announce that now I have a name and logo for this new venture: LeMotif.
Inspiring involvement in worthy causes.