Monthly Archives: July 2010

Prayer letter July 2010

This is my June prayer letter which I could not get uploaded to send home because of internet or lack of so a few bits are a bit out of date I will update them a little as we go … Continue reading

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Contrasting culture

Our time in Costa Rica is drawing to a rapid end and this week we have had a chance to reflect on the culture in which we have lived this past year. One of the main themes that stick out … Continue reading

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Sisters’ visit

My sisters have just left after spending 2 weeks with me here in Haiti. I went over to the Dominican Republic to meet them and we took the bus over to Cap Haitian. It was a very long journey but … Continue reading

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The Hole in the Gospel

I am reading a great book called ‘The Hole in the Gospel’ by Richard Stearns who is the President for World Vision. Anyone who knows me I hate talking about money and discussing money things but at the end of … Continue reading

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Transition time again!

This weekend I (Steve) went away with a couple of friends for some guy time. We went white water rafting, that’s me in the back with the big muscles – just kidding, we don’t have any pics of us rafting! … Continue reading

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Happy moments with God

“…so is my word that goes out from my mouth: It will not return to me empty,but will accomplish what I desire and achieve the purpose for which I sent it.” This is an excerpt from a note a friend … Continue reading

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Our one-legged guard

We have met a lot of colourful characters here with lots of stories to tell. One of them is our guard on our street whom I’ll call ‘M’. He’s from Panama but has lived here now for many years and … Continue reading

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For your prayers…

I have told a few you about a few people and just wanted to give a quick update about how they are doing… Sterlina- My wee friend from Milot who was in Port on 12th Jan. She had been told … Continue reading

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Family matters

For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and they will become one flesh.” Genesis 2:24 Steve recently shared with me something that came out of a discussion in the “Conflict … Continue reading

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Sow seeds for the future!

My optician tells me I suffer from progressive myopia. In layman’s terms, I am short sighted!  I find the use of the word ‘suffer’ somewhat misleading, though, as my ‘condition’ is fully rectified by the use of corrective lenses.  However, … Continue reading

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