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Just last night, I was talking with Sam, my 14-year-old son, about rewards in Heaven.  I wish I had thought about using Consola as an example.  I've never met her.  I don't even have her photo for this blog.  But, Ari Clowney of Tearfund's Inspired Individuals Initiative tells us a little bit about Consola in todays "Footsteps."  Not only is the Tanzanian government paying attention to her work with mistreated domestic workers, I'm sure God knows about her work as well.

Click here to learn more about Tearfund's Inspired Individuals Initiative

(Photo of Andy Napier and Ari Clowney)