Hitting The Ground Running

I have just returned to Colombia after a short and frenetic two month visit to the States. This trip up was primarily dedicated to family and working around the house. I did some traveling and speakin...

Teaching to Transform

Tuesday is one of my very busy days as I teach both morning and afternoon/evening classes. I leave at seven in the morning and do not get back to the apartment till around eight in the evening. It mak...

Holy Week in Colombia

The church was packed to overflowing as attendance increased each day until more that 100 people were present for the closing service on Sunday evening. Not bad for a church that meets in a garage! ...

One Cute Quinceañera-But a Car?

Most people in the United States are now familiar with the Latin American custom of the quinceañera, where the fifteenth birthday is a big event, especially for girls. The family will often throw ...

First Fruits

This past weekend, we held a teacher training program for the Sunday school teachers at the Normandia church. There were fifteen people present. This group included current teachers and others who ha...

A New School Year Begins

After a busy month of February, where I was involved with my daughter and son-in-law in the production of videos presenting the ministry, March has been a month to settle back into my routine of teach...

Recovering and A New Way To Share The Excitement

Recovering from my travel to and from Colombia seems to become a bit more of a challenge with each passing year. The trip itself, with takes an entire day; and a very long day at that, leaves me fati...

It Is Great To Be Back!

After spending Christmas time and the semester break in the United States visiting family and preaching in our supporting churches, it is great to be back in Colombia and back to the work here. Durin...