Yesterday was the birthday of our third daughter, Savannah. She is five now. Savannah was the first of our children not to be born in a hospital; she was born in a birthing center with a midwife. I started reading the book of Exodus with the children today in devotions and the first chapter of … More Happy Birthday Savannah!!
Many of my family members have asked me about Easter, and if it is celebrated here. The answer is yes. I think that it is probably celebrated here more than in the states, and with much less commercialization. No rabbits and eggs here. Ok, a few chocolate ones. These are just a few thoughts and observations … More Easter in South America
Today my wife celebrates her birthday. Here are a few photos to celebrate the special day of a very special lady (she will probably kill me for posting pictures of her). She recently gave a devotion on prayer at a ladies meeting. All in Spanish! She loves being a mom … More Happy Birthday Emily!
Here is a video update I made about a month for one of our supporting churches.
Read about our month in March.
I snapped a few pics during the previous week and thought I’d share some insight into what my life looks like and what I get to see during the course of a week. The week started out with the largest attendance in Sunday School class so far. We had 28 to attend. On Monday … More A Week In My Life
Click this link for our latest prayer letter. february-2017
Mendoza makes the list even though the city’s official population is only about 115,000 people. The metro area is one of the largest in the Argentina with over 1 million people. It is situated on the west side of the country and sits in the foothills of the Andes. The city is 456 years old, … More The Big Twenty: Argentina’s Largest Cities-Mendoza
The first prayer Letter of the new year! Click here to view our latest prayer letter
It is very interesting to see how cultures different from our own go through their day-to-day routines, social etiquette, traditions, etc. This was our first Christmas in a different country, and, yes, there are some differences in how they go about Christmas. Christmas comes in with a bang! On Christmas Eve it is a tradition … More What is Different About this Place?