Having traveled a lot in the last few weeks it was nice to finally be in one place for more then a week. Spending time with family has been refreshing and very nice. We spent a couple hours in Indy and then proceed to drive overnight to Philly and arrived nice and early just in … Continue reading
We have reached another new milestone in our financial partnerships! We are planning to leave May 5th for Southeast Asia and need to have 100% of our budget pledged by the end of March. We have reached that Goal! God is good. What are we doing now until May 5th? Visa applications, buying plane tickets, … Continue reading
Jose Jimenez Borja, who was assistant to the Peruvian Minister of Education when Wycliffe started work in Peru, tells this story, in 1970, about Cameron Townsend (pictured here). “I remember the day Mr. Townsend came into my office in 1945. He presented the most ridiculous plan I had ever heard. He wanted to go into … Continue reading
Visit the following link (Hearing Hearts) to read a story about the Kerala sign language translation started by a partnering organization.
A little while ago I was on Skype with a deaf man from Uganda and we were trying to communicate with sign language. I know a little American Sign Language and he knows a smattering of different languages having worked with several different teams from countries all over Africa. I assumed we would have some … Continue reading
As a young teen I remember my family inviting people into our home to tell of their experiences overseas. I was struck by their stories and knew I wanted to devote my life to cross-cultural work. It was clear to me that I was not going to live the typical American life from an early … Continue reading