Monthly Archives: February 2016

AMONG THE SMILES AND THANK YOU’S

I spent three years at university essentially answering the question, ‘Why are some people rich and others poor?’ A degree in Development Anthropology and Cultural Change taught me a lot about the world, as we answered the questions of what is poverty, and can anything be done? The answer to those questions is a lot… Read more »

TO STEP OUT OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE, AND INTO THE HEART OF GOD

Place is important. Where you physically are in this world determines much of your life and experiences. Where you are born determines how you will live, how you will think, and most often how you will die. Different climates, cultures, governments, systems, customs and expectations shape us, and it all boils down to where we… Read more »

BIG CHANGES IN LITTLE HEARTS

Amy Speake, our missionary in Costa Rica shares this touching story in a recent update: Paula is a girl who was abused from age 5 to 9 by her uncle. This abuse happened because her mother is a deaf mute, and no one else was around. A neighbor took her (and her mother) in to… Read more »