Let’s talk money. We aren’t complaining or suffering. Things are a little tighter right now, and we thought we would explain something most missionaries deal with.
Written by: Mike Well, after having my car vandalized the other day, I decided to go file a police report in case they happened to find the guys. So, … Continue reading A time to wait, and wait . . . and wait
It’s that beautiful time of year when everything blooms, the days get warmer, and allergies make everyone miserable!
September is an interesting month in Chile. Spring is just coming in. The cold days are warming up, the sun is shining, and the flowers are blooming. It’s the perfect weather for parties.
Remembering the advice given to him, he has patiently worked toward that goal for 7 years– building friendships, earning trust and a reputation, developing material, and finding a place to begin.
We took a short trip about 6 hours north of Santiago, to take a rest. Mike has been working very hard with the institute and the church, working several days … Continue reading Three Days to Rest
It snowed in Santiago.
By: Tabi Sometimes I feel like I’m not doing very much, in terms of “missionary work”. I spend most of the day with my kids. Sure, I get an … Continue reading A Worthwhile Task