Well – Tim, Susie, Dwarika, Arjun and Ed made it back after midnight to the train station in Delhi after 3 days with Dr. Alex Abraham in Ludhiana, Punjab. We have a short night ahead of us prior to our flight to Bihar tomorrow – 3 hours in the air, 3 hours in the car. Should make for a fun … Continue reading
Tim and Susie Brown and I landed safely in Delhi about 6 hours ago. We met Dwarika and Arjun from Nepal and we’re up early to catch the train to Ludhianna. It’s much cooler than my times here before – in the low 40s F and very foggy. Should be a fun travel day and then the real work begins!
Proof reading is important Originally uploaded by t4global Sorry, but I couldn’t resist posting this picture of a menu line item at a restaurant in Delhi. Plus, they’re available around the clock!
Well – Ed Weaver and JR Whitby have been to Nigeria and back; Mark Overstreet and board member Bruce Lowe have been to Kenya and back. The Nigeria trip was to wrap up some details relative to Phase I and to begin kicking off Phase II of continued evangelism and outreach in the northern states. Additional partners to expand the … Continue reading
June has been a month of busy-ness already. Tim and Susie Brown have joined us from Scriptures in Use, and Mark Overstreet, PhD has joined us to head up pastor/leader training and provide leadership in strategy and development. Already with us in an increasing capacity has been JR Whitby, former CEO of Gospel Communications, currently overseeing three programs and soon … Continue reading
This is a picture of a world map created by YWAM right before we began praying as a network for all the nations. We took off our shoes and walked on the map – praying for specific countries and specific needs as we lifted up the nations before God for His salvation of the people. What a blessing to be … Continue reading
This is a topic of discussion that is near and dear to our hearts, as well as to our partners – both on the ground and in the donor community. It is a critical component of our ministry and yet it is the one we wish could be invisible at the same time. As I say to on-the-ground partners, the … Continue reading
Some of you may roll your eyes at this analogy I’m about to propose, but the power situation I experienced in Nepal, India and Bangladesh over the past few weeks flooded into my mind as I was sitting with one of my in-country partners at Dhoni Restaurant in Dhaka my next to last night in Bangladesh. The power in our … Continue reading
You know you’re in Dhaka when… Originally uploaded by t4global The markets, people, rickshaws, and refuse collide. The picture is not that great – but if you stop in Dhaka, 100 vehicles will get in front of you! 12 million people live here – 30 million work here. Rush hour is not limited to an hour on either end of … Continue reading
The more I travel, the more I’m confronted with the mixture of western culture in the 3rd world, which is where I travel most of the time. Some euphemisms that have struck me as funny coming from the lips of friends and strangers here are as follows: Nepalese using the phrase “I don’t/they don’t have a clue” (first heard by … Continue reading