Monthly Archives: November 2009

What’s So Hard About Redemption?

Who would’ve ever thought that being articulate would be an impediment to cross-cultural communication? (Read: Talking good makes talking to people who don’t speak good English difficult.) Every week, my life group meets, and we talk about what’s going on in our lives and about part of the book of Mark. The two guys who […]

“Base Camp,” or “Do I Need to Buy a Staff?”

My friend Pamela cutting my hair last week as our friend Ashley watches. I thought I’d save you from the picture of me covered in all the hair she cut off. This past Monday at our weekly team meeting, my friend Will talked about casting our cares upon the Lord. The focus of the talk […]

Let It Snow (And Other Short Stories)

First! Snow! Day! One of the best things about Central Asia is (apparently) that its snow is epic. We already have an inch of snow on the ground and it’s still snowing. (On top of that, our teacher is out of town and couldn’t get a sub, so it turned into a legit snow day!) […]