Each night began the same way—a group of changing people gathered in a circle of chairs underneath the large palapa at the center of our campus. The first question was always the same: imagine your day as a movie film … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: October 2012
Yesterday the image that just won’t escape my mind is feet (in spanish- pies, pronounced pee-ace). I will do my best to invite you into these snapshots. Setting the scene… We are in Cadereyta, one of the impoverished communities that … Continue reading
One thing that I love about community and working alongside others in the body of Christ is all the perspectives that are brought to the table. Whether it is across cultures or responsibilities or giftings or interests, I always have … Continue reading
Let me flash back to last weekend and tell you a bit about my cultural experiences. RECAP: First of all, some of you may remember that we share our big home of Back2Back with some high school and college students. … Continue reading
A common question I have encountered as I prepared to move here is: “What about adoption?” Good question. One of the things that Back2Back has been discussing is the spectrum of care for children. Essentially, the worst place for an … Continue reading
Tell me your 5 favorite random things about life. (An important aspect to this is that the answers must be specific, in no particular order and flexible to change from day to day). That is my favorite question to ask … Continue reading
Last Saturday, I had the opportunity to serve as a medical translator when our clinic hit the road to Cadereyta, one of the impoverished communities that we serve. In all honesty, I just debated a lot in my mind about … Continue reading
Well, for starters I have little time to write this post. I am running on little sleep after a day with the group and little kids. Yay! So, I am here to share with you some of the little things.
I mean it. I want to share my home with you. For now, we will start with a picture tour. Play along.