A good reminder!

I’ve recently had a chance to go back to Travesía.  I’m not going to lie; it was a strange feeling to roll back into town after being gone for a few months.  So many things seemed up in the air when I left that I honestly wasn’t sure when I’d be coming back. In some […]

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Daily life

Some people wonder what happens when you’re a missionary.  What sorts of magical things do you get into every day?  What sort of adventures and excitement await you around every corner?! Well, there is excitement and adventure, but there’s also boredom, loneliness, frustration and then just every day plain old routine and doing what needs […]

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Time to reflect

It’s the Thursday before Easter.  I’ve had this week off for Semana Santa.  That’s holy week in Spanish.  This is a big week for folks to take off, take a break, and for a lot of people to get wasted and do dumb stuff… kinda like saint Patrick’s day in savannah.  I’ve been so thankful […]

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How can I help?

The academy building is officially running!  We have been going strong for 3 weeks and are excited to finally be in the building this week!  There are still lots of little things that have to get finished up before the building is 100% complete. Many of you have asked me ‘What can I do to […]

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first six weeks

I’ve been in Honduras now for six weeks.  A lot can happen in six weeks!  The usual stuff is happening… here are some examples: -I’m learning Spanish.  This is very slow and humbling every day.  Every single day.  I appreciate the english language and my english grammar when suddenly my communication skills have been reduced to […]

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The One where I started a blog

Dear friends and family, I’m excited to share some big news with you.  I’m moving to Honduras! I will be joining Paul and Jessica Davis and their four girls, to serve with the BVSA Travesía ministry team.  I was first connected to this ministry in 2013 while the Davis family served in Buena Vista, Guatemala […]

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