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Red Brown Yellow Black White Who’s More Precious In God’s Sight? by Leroy Barber

Staff and leaders of mission organizations in the U.S. are overwhelmingly white. Mission conferences, though advertising ethnic diversity do not always represent multicultural or multiethnic expression because the style of the conferences is still monocultural and presented in an Anglo context. This lack of racial diversity and sensitivity hurts the cause of Christ. So says Leroy(...)


Last weekend, myself and eight other squad mates got to road trip to the opposite side of Guatemala to Tikal! Wait, where? Tikal is the name of the ruins of an ancient Mayan civilization that is hidden in a rainforest in northern Guatemala, and was inhabited from 6th century B.C. to 10th century A.D. That place was captivating. These structures were extremely intricate, and all constructed by the hands of men. Everything was incredibly advanced, from their aqueduct systems, to buildings that c

Training Camp, Pt 3 - Preparations of the Body

Aside from the lack of sweat and heat, I left Georgia with feelings similar to my return from Africa 6 years ago. I was dazed, and everything felt fresh and clean. I didn't understand why we needed so much water to flush toilets. Having a machine in front of me--this laptop--felt foreign.   While I certainly don't miss using port-a-potties at the most inopportune time, it was a good week reminding me what it's like to live simply again. During the race, I might have the comforts of home b