2020 has been, without a doubt, the year of the unexpected. I’m sure you’ve seen the lists compiled and circulated on Facebook. It isn’t all bad news, for Chile. This … Continue reading August 2020 Newsletter
It moves me almost every Sunday. I can’t help it.
If you’re a PC gamer with a powerful computer, here’s how you can help! There are grocery stores offering an “Senior Citizen Hour“, to protect shoppers over 60. The Cincinnati Zoo … Continue reading Resources and Ways You Can Help During Quarantine
A brief update from Chile: Some have been wondering about and asking about how things are in Chile with regards to the Coronavirus. I preface all my comments saying that … Continue reading Coronavirus in Chile
As we finish up 2019, we give thanks for the coming of our Lord that has made possible our salvation and our service. This year has been a full one. … Continue reading Looking Back at 2019
So there are a lot of fun activities coming up, but let’s take some time to rewind (there’s a term the younger generation won’t understand) and check out the last few months.
Written by: Tabi We sat around the table, talking. The expression on his face moved from puzzled, to surprised, to shocked. “Why,” he asked, irritated, “has no one ever bothered … Continue reading Born of water, born of the Spirit
The days are getting shorter, and the air crisper. People are back from vacations and we’re back in the swing of things. What are we doing? Well, I’m glad you … Continue reading Newsletter: March and April
It was the Sunday of the retreat in Las Peñas. The sun was hot, the road dusty. Our whole group made its way down to the river.
Written by Tabi We washed the car today, Lydia and I. It looks . . . pretty nice, actually. We used old rags and water, and wiped away all the … Continue reading Unhelpful Helpfulness
Holy moly! Is it almost March already? Let’s fast-track this and do a photo journey through the last few months. So, we came back to Chile on December 31st. Boy, … Continue reading Hello? Anyone there?
We’ve passed the halfway point of our furlough in the US. It’s a busy time, full of planning visits, putting material together, redesigning, updating, visting, and presenting. It is also … Continue reading Vacation? No. Blessed time? Yes.
My foot touched the icy water and a shiver ran up my spine. Another step. The water was cold, but my heart was on fire. Another step.