During our trip to Maine, we traveled 4.855 miles. I slept in five different beds. We had good visits with my family and Tom’s family. We spoke in four different churches. Tom attended a men’s meeting. Tom and I celebrated our 25th wedding anniversary by visiting Prince Edward Island for a few days. Visiting PEI […]
Marginalized people groups. I have been hearing this in the news, and at church this week the pastor spoke about marginalized people in his message. There are so many facets to those two words. Who are marginalized people? Who determines which groups are marginalized? What is being done for marginalized people? Truthfully, I don’t have […]
We had a basic florescent light over our office desk. It had been buzzing, flickering, and generally irritating for some time, and it was getting worse. Finally, that project worked its way up the priority list, and off we went to the hardware store to pick out a new light. Having new light is incredible. […]
We are excited to be involved in the work of Ethnos360 to see a thriving church for every people. We had the privilege of working with the Siawi people of Papua New Guinea from 1998 until 2009. Today, there is a thriving church among the Siawi people. They have the New Testament in their own language, and they are sending out missionaries from the local church. While our hearts remain with the Siawi people and the growing Siawi church, we are thankful ...