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Those last few miles are MURDER!

(I know…nice shorts.  Don’t judge me.  And not a gray hair in sight!) In 1999 Vonda and I ran our first marathon.  It was also our last.  Haha.  If you’ve ever run a marathon, you know those last few miles are MURDER!  My gout had

“Near death of our 4-year-old daughter”

  This is a guest post by a good friend, mentor and fellow missionary.  You’ll be encouraged.  THIS is what living the bible looks like.  THIS is trusting and honoring God. Guest post by Brock Johnson: not sure where to even start.  how do you

Goliath wouldn’t fall

The days in El Rosario start out pretty much the same for everyone. Mom gets up to make a fire for breakfast. Dad gets up to get ready to work in the blackberry fields. Eventually, the children crawl out of bed and stumble to cocina

Two middle schools in El Rosario???

  First things first: Fundraising / Construction update The Christmas tree was lit on New Years Eve!  By raising $20,000 we can begin construction!  Even though we’re still $50,000 short, our builder recommended starting now so we could get the foundation in before the rainy

He wears his pain in his big brown eyes.

I remember meeting David for the first time. His family had come to visit his grandma. There was no work where they were living so they came to see if David’s dad could find a job. A visit turned into a stay and then David’s

“BUT ONE OF THE BOYS WAS MISSING…”

Yesterday was a great day at the boys academy. The team from Colorado that visited recently brought each boy a new pair of Converse shoes. To say the boys were excited would be an understatement. They were literally grinning from ear to ear. They were

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