Natalie Rouse Living Memoirs Interview


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Natalie shares about her time working with Kuda Vana in Zimbabwe. She explained how her mission year impacted her life perspective and career plans. She shared many impactful experiences she had during her mission year and how these experiences brought her closer to God.

Zimbabwe is a land-locked country in southern Africa. The most commonly spoken languages include the Bantu languages; Shona and Ndebele, and while the majority of the population claims African heritage, there is a large population of White Europeans because of the British colonization ending in 1980. Zimbabwe is known for containing a section of Victoria Falls, two major national wildlife refuges, and its large Tobacco output.

Bradley, Kenneth, Sanger, Clyde William and Ingham, Kenneth. "Zimbabwe". Encyclopedia Britannica, 7 May. 2024, Accessed 8 May 2024.

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