Journals
| Dinner at The Snake Pit

On the long checklist before leaving for Hungary, I needed to attend a course in personal security training.

| 60 Sheets and a Pencil

There are so many unsung heroes of the faith, the ones in the background holding others up, like Aaron and Hur in Exodus 17:2:  “But Moses’ hands were heavy; and they took …

| God Mends a Broken Heart

Eighteen years ago, while serving at Vanga Evangelical Hospital in Zaire, we came across a young child who had a deteriorating heart condition. Her doctors feared she would die without …

| Tulips and Trafficking….

You know that it’s my favorite time of year in The Netherlands—because the tulips are in bloom! I love taking my walks for exercise in the Keukenhof gardens—and hosting numerous folks who come to visit.

| Growing and Changing – Graduation Time – Spring 2016

March was a special time as 15 friends from the Hope for the Hilltribes project in the USA came to facilitate a camp for our House of Love (HOL) and CDPD students and staff.

| “These people?”

My friend, whom we’ll call Manny, is no stranger to religious and ethnic conflicts. Manny lives in a place where tensions between different racial, ethnic and religious communities run high—and the flames are often fanned by people seeking power of various kinds.