Guest bloggers from around The Leprosy Mission share about their work, thoughts and experiences, covering a range of topics from a variety of perspectives.

  • Hope of New Life
    Hope of New Life
    • 28 March 2018
    A diagnosis of leprosy can feel like a death sentence, but the Easter story gives us a promise of new life.
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  • A Smile of Hope
    A Smile of Hope
    • 18 March 2018
    How did this lady, with so much tragedy in her life, get into the canoe smiling?
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  • World Leprosy Day 2018
    World Leprosy Day 2018
    • 28 January 2018
    Every year, on the last Sunday of January, people around the world gather together to recognise the impact leprosy still has in many lives.
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  • A Modern-Day Disease
    A Modern-Day Disease
    • 26 January 2018
    In 2017, the WHO reported a total number of 18,230 new child cases of leprosy. For a disease that is curable, too many children are still ending up with preventable disabilities.
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  • Believe
    • 24 December 2017
    What does it mean to believe?
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  • Travelling like the Magi
    Travelling like the Magi
    • 17 December 2017
    What does Christmas mean for me; am I too busy to meet Jesus?
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  • The star stopped over the child
    The star stopped over the child
    • 10 December 2017
    The Bible tells us a very special story of how God was guiding some men from the east in their search for God’s answer for their lives.
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  • Advent 2017
    Advent 2017
    • 03 December 2017
    "In Him was life, and that life was the light of all mankind." For Christians, advent is when we turn, even more, toward Jesus.
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  • Saving Trees – Saving Lives
    Saving Trees – Saving Lives
    • 14 September 2017
    The Improved Cooking Stoves project in Ethiopia is improving health of women and children and giving an income to people affected by leprosy.
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  • A Voice for the Voiceless?
    A Voice for the Voiceless?
    • 01 September 2017
    'Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute.'
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