It seemed a little conspicuous, even menacing. The ruby-coloured vehicle with excess chrome, tinted windows and underbody lights seemed somewhat out of place for a small town like Sanarate. As it circled the central park and crawled by us for a second time, the pimped-out pickup was hard to ignore. But only once we stepped […]
In a previous life, Shawn was a nurse and dressed mostly in scrubs. One day he decided to give up the sparkly clean hospital and head for Guatemala and the glamorous life of a missionary. These days he hangs out with prostitutes, tries to keep administrative order in his office, laughs with/at his teenage kids, and occasionally goes screaming through the mountains on his dirt bike.
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We just did a run of “20 DAYS OF WAYS TO SUPPORT TAMAR’S HOPE” over in our closed Tamar’s Hope Facebook group. It was a series of posts of practical suggestions for our friends and partners who would like to be more involved with this ministry, even beyond making donations. Here’s the skinny version for […]