Poema

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Ever have one of those weeks at a camp or a retreat, or maybe just time spent alone with God and you take in so much good stuff that you can’t digest it all at once?  That was last week at Delta Lake for me.  The morning speaker, Dr. Frank Chan from Nyack College and ATS, spoke into my life … Read More

Language Learning

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One of the things that we conversed about with the Massos as we met last week was language learning.  There are a few languages in Mundri – the two main ones being Moru and Juba Arabic.  There is obviously not a Rosetta Stone for either of these languages (Juba Arabic is quite different form the more formal Arabic), and so … Read More

Philly Fun

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Woke up this morning feeling a little sad.  We had an amazing day with some of our team members that are here in the States right now.  We spent the entire day on Monday with the Masso family, mostly hanging out at Aunt Linda and Uncle Fred’s house as the kids swam in the creek and the adults (and RJ) … Read More

Acting Like an Orphan

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“A believer is living as an ‘orphan’ when he or she has in some way or other lost touch with the grace of God. In isolation from the promises, the orphan has developed a small view of Christ and a small view of the gospel. In contrast, a believer is living as a son or daughter when he or she … Read More

in Dad’s Footsteps

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Yesterday Shawn, his dad, RJ, and I went for a walk in the woods behind my in-law’s house.  Shawn was reminiscing about life there growing up, and even commented, “This is where my love of adventure started.”  RJ came along because his other option was jumping on the trampoline with his siblings, and he hates that.  So he decided to … Read More