What’s done is done

So, what’s done is done. We’re two days from ending our Home Assignment, having visited all of our ministry partners and having been more than blessed along the way. We are invigorated and energized to move along with what the

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Keeping a good thing going

How do you keep a good thing going?

That’s a question that we’ve all asked and it’s a question that we are asking ourselves as we move toward ending our Home Assignment and returning to Colombia. We’ve enjoyed the connections

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Shout out to Mary Lou

We really enjoy the opportunities that we have, together, to travel and connect with you on Home Assignment. For the past ten years we have enjoyed being able to do these Home Assignments as a couple, sharing the speaking and

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Looking for Spring

Here is how one fellow put it, when we asked what the weather was like where he was living, “January, January, March, March, March, June ….” Trying to make sense of the weather is definitely an area we have in

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Sankofa Journey

Home assignment is full of meeting and spending time with people. We make new acquaintances and renew old ones. Home assignment is also full of opportunities to get to know, on a more personal and deeper level, people whom we

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Beds with Character

     While on Home Assignment, we often find ourselves in interesting conversations with a variety of people in a variety of settings. Not all questions that we are asked are the same, but many of them are asking for information of

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Feeling the Rhythms

In the normal Colombia Covenant worship service, the first 45 minutes (on average) are spent in praise and worship singing, usually standing, clapping, and moving with the rhythms. This includes guitars, keyboards, tambourines, bongos and drums. On the Caribbean coast

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20 de Julio gets a new Church

The 20 de Julio Covenant Church first began meeting under a tree in 1994. It soon was able to purchase a lot and built a worship center and pastoral apartment. Unfortunately, the lot was strategically located behind a rain water

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Sanders are on the move with the world

Life involves movement. Many are in constant movement as they live their day. We live in a mobile world with many, literally, on the move – either traveling for work, pleasure, errands, etc.

The Evangelical Covenant Church, and its global

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Celebrating a decade together

We praise God for the celebration of 10 years of ministering alongside the pastoral families in the North Coast region. It has been such a blessing for all to experience the journey of going deeper in our corporate relationship with

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