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Just thinking out loud… after posting something similar on a friend’s feed. And I’m not saying any country that is doing well right now might not have a second wave. COVID just has so many unknowns…
I’m not aware if Read More
I’m not aware if Read More
Bridges connect sides of a way so one can get across.
Bridges provide a means to cross places otherwise impassable.
Draw bridges, toll bridges, covered bridges, rope bridges.
Some bridges are free and easy to cross.
Others are difficult Read More
I recently wrote this for someone who asked for more information about our Coffee and English conversation group on Saturday mornings. I hope it will help you understand better what we are up to in Lyon!
The need for English Read More
Maybe I’ve been married to a driver/8 on the enneagram for too long (8 years and counting!), but this year I’ve been thinking about goals more than ever AND I just signed up to this website/newsletter thing called Jesus Hacks Read More
Watched this video of Al Tizon, the Executive Director of Serve Globally, the amazing organization that we work with. I don’t think about classism enough. I hope I’ll be more aware of the ways we are or are not interacting Read More
Today was the day our youngest went back to day care. Though she only goes three days a week, it is a huge change for us. We “survived” the summer, but it was LONG! It is a challenge to think Read More
A reflection from our friend, pastor, mentor, global practitioner, John Notehelfer (published with his permission):
I have been reading a series of devotionals on the “Seven deadly sins” by Win Collier. What got my personal attention was his challenging reflections Read More
Life is unpredictable. Today was going to be my catch up day and a time with my women’s small group watching The Prayer Room in French. But I woke up with a migraine and could hardly see or make full Read More
Leo Buscaglia said: We live in a small world. Not a leaf falls that doesn’t effect a myriad of things. When we reach out to someone in love and the effect is made – everyone, everything which comes in contact Read More