Villa Marina Retreat
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... that's what we've been doing in the tiny, sleepy fishing town on Panama's Azuro Peninsula. The book is called Come Talk With Me: Developing the Skill of Communicating with God, by Buddy Westbrook. Please remember us in your prayers as we work through the book. We view this not just as an opportunity for growth, but to move on to the next level of maturity in our faiths. ...
... We split up into three groups. Our group
presented a typical day in the family, the other two showed a typical day at
the project and in the community. We were then supposed to choose and draw one
of the goals given. The ones chosen most were 'learning a new language and
communicate in it', ‘get to know a new culture’ and adapt to a new environment.
I chose as my aim here to make international friendships. When ...
... are new roads everywhere – the tarmac still dark and black, the white lines pristine. But it seems the boom may have already turned to bust – it is quiet here, very quiet. Many of the hotels are for sale, the building lots are empty – the banks have already re-possessed many of the new developments. An American lady we met who lives here on one of the gated communities told us that ...
... a way unlike anyone I have ever met. For example, her approach to the ministry is very direct, yet tactful and respectful at the same time. She is has not been learning Spanish very long, so she allows the bible to do the talking for her. She directs her listeners to hear the Bibles answers to their questions and helps them come to their own conclusion that the Bible is a practical and ...
... as well as fish that camouflaged perfectly with the rocks, hiding under rocks or pretending to be one when they were frightened. Marcia, Rick, and I ventured out together, finding a sort of "hole". Here there were so many fish feeding (and ********) and cruising around. It was awesome. In the hours we were there, I went out four times, each time mesmerized by the waters, teeming with life.
Around 3 in the afternoon, we packed up, deciding to head back as ...