Vineyards in Tarija - Sept

Third World Travelling 101

Missionaries from a third world country grow accustomed to its oddities when it comes to food, dress, culture, travel, and so on. Being a missionary kid makes it feel normal. When my family visited churches in the Western world, I was often asked: “So how is Bolivia?” To my kid brain, the question actually seemed […]

TV Station, NYC

Share the Love

Dear friends and family, Greetings from cold and cloudy New York City! Quite a change from the heat and humidity I was experiencing just last week. I was attempting to mentally prepare myself for the change, but it’s hard to adapt to a 70 degree (Fahrenheit) difference. I’m thankful for the opportunity to be in […]

Bridge - Jan

God’s Great Experiment

Dear friends and family, The Lord blessed my January with struggle and suffering. I say “blessed” because it brought me to my knees and closer to our loving heavenly Father. Truly all things from the Lord are for our greater good and lead to maturity, greater faith, and a fuller joy. We should never be […]

Kid's Event - Lima

Onwards and Upwards

Dear friends and family,   September was quite full and crazy, yet a lot of fun – wouldn’t change being a missionary for any other job! Got to teach, preach, travel, and enjoy God’s many blessings in so many different places. It is a privilege to be a child of God and to have true […]

Bible School - August

Hidden Treasure!

(Pictured: Our farm, slowly coming out of a mild winter) Dear friends and family, I’ve really enjoyed the privilege starting a new series on Revelation in my home church in Camiri, and the believers seem really zoned-in as well. At the start of the series I told the audience that I had set a challenge for […]

Sunset on Deer Lake, WA

So, You Want to be Great?

Greetings from Camiri, My parents and I returned to Bolivia early last week, thankful to be home after several long flights and layovers. We are quickly getting back into our regular activities here, be it at the Bible School, at the local church, or visiting with friends. Looks like we missed the majority of winter […]