Perspective · Prayer Need

“Well done, good and faithful servant”

My heart breaks for his family and loved ones as I hear the news that Nabeel Qureshi has gone to be with Jesus, and I even feel a personal loss though I didn’t know the man personally. I have prayed for Nabeel so regularly over the past year–that God would work a miraculous healing in… Continue reading “Well done, good and faithful servant”

China · Personal Update · Perspective

A Tale of Two Mountains

A Mountain in Tibet I had not trained to hike a mountain. Especially not in the foothills of the Himalayas. Certainly not for a three-day hike while carrying a backpack weighing at least forty pounds. But sometimes we do things we never dreamed of doing. Sometimes we face trials that we never expected. That’s what happened… Continue reading A Tale of Two Mountains

China · Perspective

A Lesson I Learned on The Great Wall of China

I am afraid of heights. To be more accurate, I am terrified of falling from great heights. I imagine that’s what most people mean when they say they are “afraid of heights.” My fear includes walking along high ledges, dangling in a ski lift chair far above the ground, looking down from the roofs of tall buildings, walking… Continue reading A Lesson I Learned on The Great Wall of China

Morrison Academy · Personal Update · Perspective

Joy and Appreciation

Last night was our Staff Appreciation Dinner at Morrison Academy Taichung. Every year the board graciously treats the entire staff (teachers, maintenance workers, principals, administrative assistants, tech guys, cleaning people, cooking staff, etc.) to a formal dinner party. It’s the one time of year that you’ll see all Morrison personnel dressed in their finest, and it’s… Continue reading Joy and Appreciation

Cultural Experience · Personal Update · Perspective · Taiwan

A Multicultural Easter

Happy Easter! 復活節快樂! We celebrated Easter Sunday at New Life Bilingual Church, a Southern Baptist church plant here in Kaohsiung. It’s the church that my sisters and I have been attending this year. We love the pastor and the people. The preaching is great, the music is encouraging, and the fellowship is rich. This year, Easter… Continue reading A Multicultural Easter