Here in southwest Texas spring is already transitioning into summer. We’ve been enjoying the cool, refreshing Nueces River water on hot afternoons. Our garden is producing lots of squash, zucchini, lettuce, cilantro, green beans, peas, cucumbers, and peppers. Soon we’ll have corn too. We’re getting to the end of mulberry and agarita berry season now, […]
Well, the world has changed quite a bit since we wrote a month ago. We are incredibly thankful to be home during the current crisis, with lots of the great outdoors to enjoy while practicing social distancing. We’re also very thankful to be healthy, and that Tyndale hasn’t had any HSP symptoms at all for […]
Down here in south Texas we’re starting to see signs of spring—redbuds, mountain laurels, and fruit trees are blooming, and some of the trees are starting to bud and leaf out. We have started tilling and mulching the garden down at my dad’s place in preparation for planting later this month. Thank you all so […]
In August of 2007 we moved into a remote tribal location to begin assisting the Punan team with the translation project. We teamed up with the Punan church and DJ’s sister Rachel to see the Word of God translated into the Punan language. We served as part of the Punan team until July 2013.
In the summer of 2013, we were asked to consider filling a need for language consultant and orientation personnel for our field’s national language and culture study ...