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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To read in English: Uncertainty for El Tamarindo Vimos los carros de la policía al llegar. Rodearon el Caterpillar, todo listo para la diligencia de desalojo de las humildes casas y campos sembrados del predio Natacha en El Tamarindo.
Leer en español: Incertidumbre en El Tamarindo We saw the police cars as we arrived. They were gathered around the bulldozer, preparing to enforce the eviction of humble farmers in the Natacha sector of El Tamarindo. El Tamarindo is a … Continue reading
I’ve been enjoying two different online devotions this Advent season, one lifting up non-traditional music and reflections on the darker realities we face as we wait in hope, and one in a more traditional format. On the first day of … Continue reading
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