Tongue Tied

Mawael our incredibly patient Amharic teacher just left and Jessie and are yet again on the couch here staring at each other completely tongue tied.  I am sure there are hundreds of people out there reading this that are way better at learning languages than we are,...

One fight against poverty

A while back I wrote about Mulu and her struggle to support her family.  She is a single mother who lives here in Addis Ababa with her two children.  She has been able to hold onto a modest job for the past year, one that pays enough for her to barely scrape by and...

One hundred and fifteen

As we close in on the final approval from the government here in Ethiopia for the Bring Love In project we are starting to think through these first houses and the logistics of paying for the startup expenses.  I am beyond blessed to be able to report to you today...

“The Sky Is Falling”

I was once kind of a big deal for my age. Or at least I thought I was.  God however had other ideas about me, he saw me in a different light.  It turns out that He was right, and I was wrong.  (Big surprise there…)   I want to share a bit of that story with you...

Rolling Forward

I wanted to give you an update, well its more than just an update its more of a Thank-You-God!  (sorry, I just could not bring myself to use the words “praise report”) You know that van that we have been praying for, the one that we are trusting together...
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