All of my students live in a remote country. All of my students get daily Bible instruction and have heard the Gospel. Almost all of my students are the children of missionaries, and all of them could name dozens of historical or contemporary missionaries. And yet, we just finished our first ever Missions Week. It […]
I mentioned a work that was coming to a critical point in my last blog post. The SL people have now heard the Gospel. They heard if after going through 74 lessons that told the story of God’s love from Creation all the way to Christ. That’s a lot of days of teaching, and a […]
I recently read an article about how to spur creativity. I don’t actually remember the suggestions, and today when I logged in to blog I had no idea where to go. So, I turned my music to shuffle and decided on would write with the theme of the song that came up. Chris Rice’s Home […]
My Three Amigos
Apparently, being overseas has made me a peanut-butter-hoarder (and subsequent devourer).
I tried very hard, but I lost count as we followed this vehicle.
Sometimes my lunch is very pretty.
I’ve had moments in the past twenty months where I thought maybe I had fallen off the face of the earth. With my almost non-existent blog posting and my infrequent status updates on Facebook, you may have thought the same thing. Alas, I have not fallen off the face of the earth; I just live […]
I spent most of last spring waiting for winter to come. I don’t hail from the North, but I am used to the fall being cooler and the holidays requiring coats. I am used to some snow and a couple good ice storms early in the year. The weather where I live now varies very […]
I hope you are asking, “What is over sixteen inches?” The pile of papers I need to grade? (I did get behind this weekend, but it’s not quite that tall yet). Added hair length since I’ve been here? (Possible, but measuring hair is such a tricky thing). One dimension of paper for your copy machine? […]