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LoisI'm Lois Delong, a Biomedical Science student at the University of Lincoln, and I've just finished my second year. I enjoy working with young people, whether teaching, leading group games or facilitating group discussions amongst other things. I have a passion to help develop young people into who God has called them to be. I love to see young people living in their purpose and growing in their walks with God.

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Below are a selection of posts from her journey. 
 
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A time to reflect
My time in Jamaica is coming to an end. I don't want to leave (I love being here soooooooooooo much) but there is a time for everything. More ...
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Start children off in the way they should go
I've had some time to catch up on some sleep after a busy two weeks. I spent a week serving at Vacation Bible School. More ...
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Always be prepared
Maths and reading classes have rounded up for the year, school graduations have been taking place and summer is beginning for a lot of people. More ...
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The small investments we make today can make an even better tomorrow
My first 18 days in Jamaica have been such an eye-opening experience already. The hard work and investments of people all over Jamaica in helping the community and building people up is extremely amazing. More ...
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Faith is taking the first step, even when you don't see the whole staircase
Today marks a new beginning, a new journey. When I am unsure and doubtful, God gives affirming words of hope. More ...

 
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My time in Jamaica is coming to an end. I don't want to leave (I love being here soooooooooooo much) but there is a time for everything.
I've had some time to catch up on some sleep after a busy two weeks. I spent a week serving at Vacation Bible School.
Maths and reading classes have rounded up for the year, school graduations have been taking place and summer is beginning for a lot of people.
My first 18 days in Jamaica have been such an eye-opening experience already. The hard work and investments of people all over Jamaica in helping the community and building people up is extremely amazing.
Today marks a new beginning, a new journey. When I am unsure and doubtful, God gives affirming words of hope.