“Maybe I’d give it a lecture on non-resistance. Either it would die from boredom or be converted and leave us alone.”
I have never felt more stupid than I did in the first six months of my apprenticeship. There’s so much I don’t know! But I know this is where God wants us and it’s a thrill to be involved in His plan to reach the world.
In fact, Coshocton County has been voted the most redneck county in America! Local rumor has it that Dale Earnhardt Jr. owns hunting land in the county and this helped clinch the title.
Janice shrieked, ran across the ceiling, and yanked the toothbrush out of Adi’s astonished hands. Janice gagged as she vehemently threw it into the trash can.
It’s not unusual to find that your itch for adventure is satisfied long before your adventure is over and you find yourself yearning for the mundane. A hot chicken sandwich. A bed. A toilet. A shower. This happened to me recently when I found myself on top of a cold deserted West Virginia mountain wrapped […]
Flying Fabric Not to be confused with magic carpets. Right now I’m helping to rebuild a 4 seat Bearhawk that’s owned by an Indiana farmer. He keeps the plane in Haiti where it’s used to support an orphanage. Life in a hot tropical climate is hard on an airplane (corrosion runs rampant in moist, salty environments) so […]
Did you know Americans spend more on Halloween costumes for their pets than Christians spend on reaching unreached people groups?
So instead of writing whatever I feel like at the moment – which usually means I forget to write about important things that happen and instead blog about stupid things – I am assigning myself a theme about which to write every week. I picked four subjects or so that should be updated on a […]
Lately I’ve been scooping poop out of the bathtub. I can hear what you’re saying. “Poop goes in the toilet Josh, not the bathtub.” You should explain that to my two year old daughter! I can tell Adi has pooped in the tub because she lets out a horrified shriek and scrambles over the side […]
It’s a little more challenging than packing up a shirt you sold on eBay, that’s for sure. It’s crossing the ocean while sitting on the deck of an ocean liner so it will be exposed to hot temperatures, humid conditions, and quite a bit of jostling.