I've been reading my way through the “Anne of Green Gables” books and earlier this week I came across a great quote from L.M. Montgomery in “Anne of the Island.” It was the scene when Anne and one her good friends and roommate from the past three years, Phil, were taking one last walk through their … Continue reading When You’re Homesick for a Place or People who are No Longer There
One of the first things you may hear when you're preparing to go to the mission field is to be ready to adapt. Obviously, when you move to a different country and a different culture and a different language, you will NEED to adapt. I'm not talking about that. Yes, that's important and yes, that … Continue reading Five Minute Friday: Adapt #FMF
I half awoke during an afternoon nap, where my two-year-old was asleep on a mat on the floor and my almost five-year-old was beside me, clicking a plastic container with pretend grapes inside. All that I can remember now is that in that half asleep state, I had solved the problem that was gnawing on me … Continue reading Five Minute Friday: Stuck
With our up-coming move to Canada in August, this weekend marks our last Songkhran (Thai New Year) festival in Thailand for many years. So, here's to making happy memories, to spending time with family, and to a new year where we, and, we pray, the many people groups of Thailand will draw closer to the … Continue reading Songkhran Family Day 2018
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