Category: Adventure

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7 Years

They say the first 7 years are the hardest in a marriage as it is the time when a couple learns to adjust to one another.  In missions school we learned it takes 9-14 years on average to fully change the mindset from “me” to “we”.  I believe we are outliers in that statistic in…


Spiritual Healing Team Report

By now most of you know that every year I have been going to translate for a special team that comes down in November to pray in different mountainous areas of the country.  We’ve mentioned it in a few newsletters and even posted some blogs about them.  One thing we never really shared, however, is…


Another Week of Miracles

Many of you know that in the beginning of November, right after we hosted a SARF team, I went to help translate in the mountains for a spiritual healing team that came in.  Once again, it was quite the experience!  Blind people walked away seeing, deaf people walked away hearing, and a whole bunch of…


Dylan Got His DPI!!!

Since September, I have been waiting to get my DPI, which is the Guatemalan ID card.  You may recall Missy getting hers a last August and many of you have been wondering, “but what about Dylan’s?”  Well, it’s finally here! We were making jokes about how my military background was hindering the process (which still could be true)….


The benefits of knowing 2 languages

Learning more than one language definitely has it’s ups and downs.  For instance when you learn a new language you spend many days with your brain feeling like mush to the point that you don’t even want to talk in your first language because it requires too much mental energy OR you start to forget…


Behind the Music

If you are recognizant of the 80s as much as we are, then you might be expecting an interview of some famous band in this post. What we really want to do is share a little about the video we posted on Facebook last week for “Throwback Thursday.” “throwback Thursday” is a trend on social…


Camping in the Word of God

I have hidden your word in my heart that I might not sin against you. Psalm 119:11 This past weekend Dylan and I had the wonderful blessing of serving as leaders at a camp that our church in Guatemala, Iglesia Ciudad de Refugio (City of Refuge Church), put together for 48 at risk children from 3 different communities….