Life in Kibuye

We are glad to report that we now have occasional email and Internet access. It sometimes requires us to hike up to the top of the hill above Kibuye. Kibuye means “big rock”. The surrounding mountains can be seen with their valleys of small villages, banana...

Kibuye

Greetings from Kibuye! We have just finished a lovely lunch at the Ogdens’home after a 3+ hour Sunday morning service. The first two hours of the service were filled with music- at least 6 choirs sang and danced to a variety of songs. We gave brief greetings and...

And we are off…

Thanks to God’s grace and your prayers, the first day of travel was uneventful.  12 suitcases were processed without problem and we made it through security with all 12 carry-ons.  We arrived extra early for our flight which made the day quite long with a 2 hour...

Extreme Christianity

We begin our flight to Africa in just over 24 hours.  That is causing me a bit of stress these days.  Last night I awoke in a panic.  I had been dreaming that I was preparing to hand-glide off the edge of a cliff.  A very terrifying experience.  People were so...

Telling Stories

We all love a good story.  The drama, the action, the unresolved conflict- all of these draw us in and engage our imaginations.  As we share the Missional Millers story and the Hope Africa story, I sometimes wonder if we are adequately communicating those exciting...

Christians Suck

>Just recently the words above were seen on a bumper sticker while driving near Grace International School here in Chiang Mai, Thailand. The impressions we leave in life are so important. The bumper sticker has got us thinking about the impact our lives are making...