Monthly Archives: October 2009

Where’s Your Scarf?

For your reading pleasure, a few things to avoid next time you’re in Central Asia: Russian class can be a bit mind-numbing, as I’m sure you can imagine, especially as I enter into the third straight hour of it. So, like any good child raised on Snow White, I sometimes whistle while I work (or […]

And For My Next Miracle…

Jesus’ first miracle was to turn water into wine at a huge party (John 2:1-11). The Pharisees criticized him because He came “eating and drinking” and hanging out with tax collectors and sinners (Matthew 11:19). Jesus knew how to have a good time, and we can see this in the way the “party people” of […]

At What Price Love?

Well, it’s finally happened. You know what I’m talking about. Yes, that’s right: Zombieland came out. I’m sure you’ve all seen it a few times since its release last weekend. I, however, have not. That’s one of the frustrating things I’ve found in Central Asia.  All of the movies are dubbed into Russian, instead of […]