I figured no one would fault me for breaking my weekly blogging goal since I’m a) in Honduras and b) in the middle of nowhere. But the middle of nowhere now has internet. And Lauren sort of made it clear that I have to stick to my commitments. . . We are in our final…

….is that blogging on the day before I leave for Honduras is a little unrealistic.  Not only because I’m so busy with last minute things (as I eat my first meal of the day at 4:00 while writing this), but because every time I try to think of a good story to tell or an…

It’s a 30 person bus and there’s roughly 43 of us in it.  But when half the people are under the age of 12 and pint sized, we don’t ALL need our very own seat, right?  It’s the team’s last day and we’re coming back from spending the afternoon at the beach with 25 of…

There’s a book I’ve been reading that has been rocking my world the last month.  Good News about Injustice by Gary Haugen.  Quick Haugen background – he is the President and CEO of a Christian organization called International Justice Mission.  From their website, www.ijm.org – “International Justice Mission is a human rights agency that brings…

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