The theme of our ministry and even our whole lives these past few years has been “is it worth it?” One new believer just before she prayed to accept Christ asked this question, passionately. It has not left my mind since. If something is of value, it has a cost
When God opens a door He doesn’t always swing it wide open and call upon the trumpet players to announce you. Sometimes He gently nudges you through openings when you think there is no way you can fit. But as you press through, His great plan is always revealed and
Probably every missionary in history can agree that one of the hardest things about it is when tragedy hits your home country and you are not able to be there. We awoke Saturday to the news that there had been a terrible bus accident involving a junior hockey team on
We have been in Ireland exactly 1 year now!
We have been full-time missionaries in Ireland for 1 year now. (March 31 is exactly one year) So what has that looked like and what have we to say? We started in Dublin and now live in Limerick. We have traveled over 30,000 kms in our little Blueberry (Blue Toyota
Irish Brown Soda Bread
Neil’s Brown Soda Bread (as given to me by Mary in Limerick) 700mls Buttermilk 1 3/4 c Cracked wheat flour (or Old fashioned Oats, raw spelt flour, or raw Rye flour) (Raw meaning cracked but not white and fluffy flour) 2 3/4 c regular Flour (for Oat bread: blend oats