Journals
| Biennial, Blueberries, and One More Bridge to Cross

In the middle of a field of blueberries, I thought about the new place God is calling us to be His hands and feet.

| “These Are the Words That Interest Me. Peace. Forgiveness.”

I think fondly of my friend Etienne*, a Burundian and Anglican priest. While traveling to Burundi with a ministry partner in 2009, we dropped in on Etienne and his family.

| Solar Tech

Few people I know have traveled as extensively or visited as many remote places in the Congo as Esaie (Isaiah to you). A devout Congolese Baptist, he is a product of American Baptist missions, and the most sought after Solar Power technician in the country.

| Riding Without a Helmet

When we delivered a new solar freezer to Vanga last January the zone office was humming with activity like a busy factory.

| Soccer Evangelism

Our Kikongo soccer team took a long field trip to Fadiaka to play a game. The players began walking Saturday at 1 AM under the moon.

| Pastoral, Practical, Prophetic, and Personal: A Resource on Immigration

A resource on immigration is now available from the Immigration Task Force of American Baptist Churches USA (ABCUSA).