Consider this the official account of our Zambian trip. Also consider that now you can stop asking us how our trip went.
The photography bug has bitten me again.
One of the anesthesiologists at the hospital has to take time off to farm so he has enough food to feed his family.
Pictured above: Adi plays with her friends in Africa after a fresh rain left puddles all over the taxiway. Jumping in puddles is a multi-national sport! Note from Josh: The good news is that we got all our paper newsletters out before we left for Zambia. The bad news is that I completely forgot to […]
Motorcycles and Minivans A lot of amazing stuff has been happening. It all started when someone tried to give me a motorcycle. They were feeling compelled to give away some of their material possessions and they wanted to bless a missionary. Now, I’m not offended by free motorcycles but it wasn’t my particular kind of […]
Joe gives a brief summary of Adonai’s medical ministry with the Mayan indigenous people of Guatemala and the work that MMS Aviation performed on their Cessna 182.
This Cessna 206 in our hangar is destined to serve in the Amazon.
I’m not sure if the bunny has been dropped too often and it’s braindead or if it’s just playing dead so that these predators will stop toying with it.
You might say that $40 is too much for an aspirin but it’s really a moot point because they won’t tell you the price until eight months after you’re home.
It seems, from my limited perspective and time involved in missions, that older people find it harder to raise support.