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.
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
The first prayer Letter of the new year! Click here to view our latest prayer letter
San Miguel de Tucumán, or as it is most commonly called, Tucumán, sits in the northern part of Argentina. The city, rich with history, was founded on May 31, 1565 by Diego de Villarrroel, while he was on an expedition from modern-day Peru. Tucumán is also where the Congress of Independence for Argentina convened and declared independence from … More The Big 20: Argentina’s Largest Cities-San Miguel de Tucumán
La Plata is one of the two cities that I have visited in Argentina; the other of course being Buenos Aires. Therefore, I can say from first-hand experience that La Plata is a charming city. We visited in August (which is the dead of winter there) and even in winter it was very beautiful. When most … More The Big Twenty: Argentina’s Largest Cities-La Plata
Since my children were very small I’ve tried to use Saturday mornings to connect with them on an individual basis. I will take one of them to a restaurant for breakfast, and just enjoy them, have fun, and talk with them. As they have gotten older our conversations have become more serious. Two weeks before … More It Started with a Cup of Coffee: A Frank Talk about Teaching your Children about Sex
Salta sits in the North Western part of Argentina at about 3900 ft above sea level. It is known for its mild climate and pleasant weather. This year Salta is 434 years old. It has a Spanish look and feel about it for it has retained much of its old Spanish architecture. I really couldn’t … More The Big 20: Argentina’s Largest Cities Salta