On Friday night I went to one of Phnom Penh’s red light districts. I didn’t just drive past it or rush through it in an effort to get past everyone with as little eye contact as possible; I hung out in the center of it-for hours, actually. If you’ve ever seen a documentary on sex … Continue reading Jesus Loves Johns, or Thoughts on Serving in the Red Light District
But if we hope for what we do not yet have, we wait for it patiently.
Romans 8:25 Continue reading Hope for What We Do Not See, or How it Feels to Leave for Cambodia
Once again, after far too long an absence; I have returned to tell more tales of great adventures… that happened over a month ago. Florence: Getting into Italy at all ended up being a pretty ridiculous ordeal. Since my Eurail pass didn’t allow for some of the most direct and convenient routes, often I had … Continue reading The Great European Adventure Part III-Italy
Unbelievable! It’s been over a month since I was in Barcelona! Time flies when I have very few obligations. Of course, it also flies when I have several obligations… Anyways, the point is: Time flies. Now, it’s probably a bit overdue that I sit down and write about Barcelona. The Blathering of a Tourist It really … Continue reading The Great European Adventure Part II-Spain!
Weeeeelll… Wow. Sorry, it’s been awhile since I blogged last. I was just; you know traveling throughoutEuropeand stuff. So, for those who don’t know; the Spring Break here in England is a month long…ONE FULL MONTH! This is simultaneously amazing and really ridiculous. It gave me the month of a lifetime, but seriously, people are … Continue reading The Great European Adventure Part I-France
Hands-Down Best Experience in England so far Ok, although this entire experience in England has been incredible, I’ve definitely been getting anxious to be involved in some kind of ministry here for a long time now. Unfortunately, there are really not that many ministries to get involved in and even fewer that deal with the … Continue reading So much awesome!
Well, I recently got a heavy dose of homesickness. This February 5th I realized how much I missed being in Indy for the Super Bowl. That is until 11:30 p.m. my time when the game started, then I was pretty much too enraptured in the Giants’ march victory to be thinking about anything else. One … Continue reading Football in England…you know, the non-Soccer kind of football.