Oaxaca

Anniversaries, Relief Work and God’s Protection

We’re in Puebla this Sunday, visiting Chalo and Beth Sandoval’s latest church plant, Maranatha Bible Church. I’m preaching, a repeat of a sermon I did recently on Mark 13, but such a relevant topic of the signs of the end of this age. We’re certainly living them! We are excited about celebrating The Sendero Palmas …

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Relief Work, Studies and the Best Cake Ever

A sincere thank you to all of you who have donated and prayed for the ongoing relief efforts here after two strong earthquakes on September 9 and September 19.  We’ll be taking at least one more trip (maybe more) this Thursday morning, supporting the town of Juchitán, Oaxaca. I’ll be going with son David, and …

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Guano and Seeds

What does the word guano mean? Ok, some of you may be thinking…well, that’s a Spanish word, and I don’t know Spanish. Turns out guano is used for the same substance in both English and Spanish. Still no guesses? Guano is bat poop. Ok, it can be used in a general way for all bird …

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Astro Transmission Issues

This past Friday I dropped the kids off at their school in Puebla, and took advantage of the energy of a bunch of jr. and sr. high students to load the Astro with about 40 boxes of dialysis solution. Then I was on my way to Tehuacán, Puebla, a city that is about halfway between …

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