Tag Archives: preaching

Just 4 weeks away!

It’s hard to believe, but one month from today I’ll be traveling to the U.S. for interpretation assignment! I’ve got lots of great visits and events planned, and the schedule that seemed impossible to fill has been fleshing out quite … Continue reading

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Preparing for the not-quite-expected

This season, I’ve been musing on what it means to prepare for the not-quite-expected. Not quite, but almost. More specifically, the always possible and almost expected invitation to preach, delivered about 2 minutes before worship begins. This has been a … Continue reading

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Blessing, privilege, joy

Since I arrived in Venezuela a week ago, members of the Iglesia Presbiteriana de Venezuela have been gracious, attentive, and informative hosts. My first stop was in Maracaibo, center of the Presbiterio Occidental (Western Presbytery) where I visited churches, met with … Continue reading

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Faith in translation

Two weeks ago I was in Ayacucho, Peru. It was election day and many people were traveling that weekend, since Peruvians face a fine if they fail to appear for voting in the district where they are registered. Many social … Continue reading

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