Promoter of peace initiatives and Coordinator of the Young Adult Volunteer Program in Colombia with the Presbyterian Mission Agency. For more information, see the other tabs on the horizontal bar above. Posts represent the personal views of the author.
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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
“Quick! Tell me everything.” Those may not be the exact words. In fact, the question may have been thoughtful and the time-pressure low. But panic still tends to ensue when I hear that message. One of the most beautiful and … Continue reading
A recent delegation from San Francisco and Oregon visited Bolivia, providing the opportunity for me to jump back into a mode I very much enjoy: interpretation. I love to interpret, serving as a link in communication for people who speak … Continue reading
Much of my focus this past week has been on Red UMAVIDA (Joining Hands for Life Network), one of our partners here in Bolivia. Each year they hold a general assembly, so I had a great opportunity on Thursday and … Continue reading