God Opens Doors of Opportunity!

This past week I made an unusual trip to Villavicencio. On fairly short notice, I had been invited to speak at the high school in Restrepo, Meta, which is a small village about a half hour’s dr...

Not Enough Hours in the Day

Friday was a busy, but rather typical day for Fridays down here. I was up at five o’clock in the morning and after showering, dressing, and breakfast, I left the house for my seven o’clo...

A Girlie Guy Missionary or What?

On my last trip down to Villavicencio, as I often do, I went to visit and evangelize a family of one of our students. Since I have been working as the school counselor, when ever a student is having p...

Pictures from Cartagena

Check out the pictures from my recent trip to visit the new church in the Colombian coastal city of Cartagena. The web address is: http://www.flickr.com/photos/7843836@N02/...

To Cartagena as God Answers our Prayers!

This past week I was in the Colombian Coastal city of Cartagena. I went there in an answer to our many prayers over many years. Those of you who have read this newsletter over the years will remember ...

Second Semester Begins at Christian University

Classes began for my second semester this year of teaching in the Christian university here. I had delayed slightly beginning my first classes because of the seminars we were offering in teaching chil...

From Dashed Dreams to a Rebirth of Hope

She had gone all the way up through our Christian day school. I had taught her English throughout grade school and she was a very good student. Her family was extremely poor and her only hope for stud...

First Graduation at the Bible College

This year we held our first graduation for the Bible College program here in Colombia. We had one of our preachers receive his B.A. degree in theology and ministry. Also some 23 students received thei...

Two Weeks – Too Busy

For the past two weeks, things here in Colombia have been moving so fast, there have been many days where there was simply no time to even stop for lunch. I returned to Colombia a bit earlier than nor...