Family

Being Bi-cultural (part 1) Kid’s Education

Being bi-cultural is wonderful, but it’s also challenging. Probably the biggest area of difficulty for a bi-cultural family is learning and maintaining both cultures. This becomes especially relevant when considering children’s education. No matter how you slice it, educating kids in two languages and two educational systems is complicated. Home schooling has offered a legitimate …

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Summertime Happiness

We feel very blessed to be able to spend several weeks with our son Daniel, my parents and family in PA. Among the highlights so far…Cathy’s 15th birthday party! A big thank you to my parents John and Arlene, sister Beth and friend Peggy for preparing everything, decorating Cornerstone Youth Center and for helping make …

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Quick Trip, Two Purposes

Last week I flew into Harrisburg, PA, then drove up to Boston for three days with son Daniel. While in Boston we stayed with friend Victor Monterosso on the campus of Northeastern University, which is in downtown Boston, then in guest housing at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. I was able to attend a mentor re-certification …

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