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A Month Immersed in Buddha's World

A lot of times on the Race, we are with a Christian church or organization and we do things with them.  Then there are months like the one we had in Thailand, where are ministry contact simply dropped us off at a Buddhist school and left us there.  Each member of team Kairos had their own classroom and we tought English and played games.  I had second grade, however, the ages of the kids in my class ranged from around 7-11.  There are older kids because a lot  of them ar

329 Bibles for Malawi!!!

Wooohooo! God did it! You all did it! We have Bibles galore for the people of Malawi! Having the Word of God is important and essential. Thanks to many of you, by prayer and donations, we raised over $2700 in 12 days, enough to purchase 329 Bibles translated in Chichewa, the official language of Malawi! We presented them to the leaders of the Bethel Chapel Missions just before we left Malawi and the joy was palpable. The best part was seeing the excitement of pastors who have been preaching wit

My Sweet Hermione (an Unexpected Gift)

I have been meaning to write about Hermione since I was doing ministry in Ecuador, but given that it's better late than never and I am feeling reflective about my time on the race thus far, at last I write.  The first time I saw her, she was shuffling around the geriatric complex with one shoe off and one shoe on.  She almost looked scary; a full hunch-back and a blank expression didn't help her cause.  I stood and stared from where I was talking to a different resident.  Af