Monthly Archives: August 2011

The Mini-Pentecost

I can’t remember if it was the unfamiliar language or the unusual worship patterns (or both), but something was breaking me down.  I suppose that there is a certain amount of nervousness and fear that comes with every sermon I preach, but … Continue reading

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Haiti: A Contradiction

One of the more frequent questions we encountered upon returning from Haiti was about the damage from the 2010 earthquake.  And to be sure, words and pictures cannot adequately describe the destruction we saw.  Millions of people are still displaced … Continue reading

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You Will See As You Go- Reflections from Haiti

As we were travelling to church in the mountains above the village of Fond Parisien, some questions began to arise from our team.  Were we not already an hour late for church?  Why were we travelling in trucks instead of … Continue reading

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