The water is cut. It’s early in the morning and it’s out again. We have a bucket, so we should be fine for a while. Eventually the bucket runs out and I go to the reservoir, only to realize that we have forgotten to fill it up. It’s almost empty and suddenly the water shortage […]
“Are they all yours?!” I hear this phrase a lot whether in the US, or in Senegal. Any time I am out with all 5 of my kids, people tend to comment. I love the pleasure that I hear in peoples’ voices when they comment here though. I recently took a trip up to the […]
The market is loud and bustling with people, although not quite as crowded as some days. My friend and I duck under an umbrella and step into one of the alleyways that wind back from the open road. Everything is covered here, although you can catch glimpses of the sky between buildings and the tarps […]
We are in the process of training with New Tribes Mission so that we, along with our four awesome children, can move overseas (probably in a tribal location) to see a new indigenous church planted. Why? We are certainly not perfect christians, perfect evangelist, or perfect linguists. No, there is only one reason that drives us every morning as we wake up and recommit ourselves to the path that lies before us.
“Worthy are you, our Lord and God, ...