The Looking Glass Inn
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... showed me this the most. This story belonged to them:
-----My best Czech friend, Klara Sigmundova.
-----And Grandpa Breen, a great baseball player.
-----And thanks to my brother, Brandon, for being the biggest supporter of my writings.
-----And thanks to everyone for reading.
-----"Woohoo, I did it. I've seen the world!"
happily entering retirement,
the Modern Oddyseus
On November 11, 2014, we will be leaving Holland, MI and going to Bluefields, Nicaragua to stay for 7 weeks with our friends, RCA missionaries Adrian and Bernardeth Kelly-Bobb. Adrian is a pastor and Bernardeth is a medical doctor. We will be helping in their daily feeding program for 120 children that live in the slums of Bluefields. We will also be working at 2 group homes; 1 for adolescent boys and another for adolescent ...
... town of Grand Haven. At first it was kind of nerve-racking and uncomfortable, soon it quickly became completely fascinating. While waiting at my gate for my last flight to Rome, I sat next to a smoke room. It took me a little bit to get over! With the smoking regulations so strict in America, this definitely came as a shocking surprise!
Then it was finally time to depart for my last flight! For some reason, the flight attendants all thought I was french....I am ...
... and then back to the lot.
The rain held off for most of the first show and then, of course, the skies opened up during finale. Some of the crowd made it to their cars in time but most did not so the tent was packed full of people waiting it out. By some miracle, I had a few kids who wanted their faces painted as the wind whipped the tent and rain was flying in through every opening. The other miracle was the parents agreeing to it and paying me while the ...
... some new now-strangers. But more than anything, I'm excited about doing the journey with Jesus.
These past few months - weeks, even - it's as if he stuck his hand into my frame and grabbed me by the collar and shook me out of a drunken stupor, out of my own stupidity, my selfishness, my lack of concern for others. He's been seasoning me with love, with his heart for the lost, with his heart for the nations, and I ...