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Former IT manager, former Geolgist, now PC(USA) Mission Co-worker in Guatemala
Former IT manager, former Geolgist, now PC(USA) Mission Co-worker in Guatemala

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Annual Ministry Update
“Yes, yes, we have approved your application for
another four-year term ending 6/30/2021! Breathe Debbie, just breathe!” As we closed our winter
letter, we shared with you our calling to apply for another term of mission
coworkers. Though we’ve sensed the c...
Annual Ministry Update
Annual Ministry Update
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A Sip from a Cup of Hope
“Partnership
is hard. It always has been. It means coordinating different peoples’
schedules. It means learning, understanding, and responding to the different
needs, perspectives, contexts, and ideas of everyone in the partnership. We
need to work through ...
A Sip from a Cup of Hope
A Sip from a Cup of Hope
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A Sip from a Cup of Hope
“Partnership
is hard. It always has been. It means coordinating different peoples’
schedules. It means learning, understanding, and responding to the different
needs, perspectives, contexts, and ideas of everyone in the partnership. We
need to work through ...
A Sip from a Cup of Hope
A Sip from a Cup of Hope
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A Guatemalan embrace of the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
Former Guatemalan President Jorge Serrano Elías In recognition of the celebration of the life of Rev.
Martin Luther King, and the  remembrance of his “I Have a Dream” address, former
Guatemalan president Jorge Serrano Elías, with his own checkered past of c...
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1st Quarter Letter - A little late
The following is our first
quarter, 2016 Mission Connections letter. We normally do not post these updates
to our blog until they have been published and distributed by World Mission.
This year, changes to the World Mission web site, along with personnel ch...
1st Quarter Letter - A little late
1st Quarter Letter - A little late
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1st Quarter Letter - A little late
The following is our first
quarter, 2016 Mission Connections letter. We normally do not post these updates
to our blog until they have been published and distributed by World Mission.
This year, changes to the World Mission web site, along with personnel ch...
1st Quarter Letter - A little late
1st Quarter Letter - A little late
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Forgive me; I know not what I do. A Good Friday reflection
It’s 3:30 in the morning
and someone is outside chopping wood. Just one more abrupt sound in the night
to jolt me once again from a restless sleep, and I find myself staring off once
again through the mosquito netting into the darkness, wondering if I shoul...
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Brightest and Best, Lessons from an Old Christmas Hymn
“Brightest and best of the sons of the morning; Lord
of our darkness and lend us thine aid. Star of the East the horizon aborning;
Guide where our infant redeemer is laid…” It’s an old hymn of
Christmas that we learned via a more contemporary arrangement. T...
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Projects and Presence, Part 1: Lessons in Partnership from ‘Clem’ and ‘Tine’
“Well Clem, whatcha got for us this year? Are we gonna
plow the back 40, put up some hay, slop the pigs, or dig a new well?” “Golly Tine, I was hopin’ this year we’d replace that
fence in the front pasture that’s fallin’ down. I’ve got everything ready to
g...
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Preparation and Passion - Life Lessons from the Classroom
Richard and Debbie’s Fall,
2015 ‘Mission Connections’ letter. Dear Friends and Partners
in Mission, “The former leadership is gone now. You have been
called to lead the people of your communities in matters of life and faith. As
you prepare for leadership, ...
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