Tag Archives: walk2gether

Feb 10 2010

A symbol of love

Zamboanga: Poverty, War, Music” shows the love of 13 CFCA teens for their families, for their communities and for music.

CFCA Director of International Programs Paul Pearce is also the film’s executive producer. He shares a reflection on how the film and Walk2gether, another CFCA initiative, are symbols of love.

Learn more about Walk2gether at Walk2gether.org.

Learn more about CFCA at hopeforafamily.org.

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Feb 9 2010

It’s not really easy… but it’s worth it

Veronica “Veron” Telar, CFCA coordinator in Manila, Philippines, is spending three months on the Walk2gether trek with CFCA President and Co-founder Bob Hentzen.

It’s breakfast on the road in Guatemala during day three of the 16-month, 8,000-mile journey through 12 countries in Central and South America, and Veron stops to talk about her reasons for traveling so far to walk 25 miles/40 kilometers a day for 12 weeks. Despite the blisters, joint pain and searing heat, Veron says, “It’s worth it.”

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