US Independence Day In Honduras

On July 4th Team Honduras got together at the Clow’s home to celebrate American Independence Day. Everyone pitched in and we had a potluck with smoked steak, hot dogs, baked beans, homemade beer, homemade apple pie and lots more. We broke out the country music, put out the American flags, played American football, and put on our […]

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Trip To Southern Honduras

Today we conclude a brief four-day trip to the southern portion of Honduras. On Tuesday Erin and Mike left La Ceiba and drove the six-hours to the Honduran capital city of Tegucigalpa. In anticipation of moving in or near Tegucigalpa we drove through a large number of neighborhoods to explore possible living locations. We have visited Tegucigalpa […]

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Biblical Reconciliation

Biblical reconciliation is a popular discussion topic among Christians. But, frankly, we do it poorly. It is frustrating, because many times we say we are reconciling, but mostly we aren’t even getting close. By looking at the infrequency of true biblical reconciliation among Christians, you’d think we were trying to solve a Rubik’s Cube, underwater, […]

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Update On Maddy In Germany

As many of you know, our daughter Maddy is in the middle of a 5-week at tour in Germany. She is with a dozen other students and faculty from John Brown University (JBU). She will receive nine college credits for drawing, painting and studying her way across Germany. This once-in-a-lifetime trip was made possible by […]

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Meetings In El Salvador

Our whirlwind tour through El Salvador is complete. On Wednesday we arrived in the capital city of San Salvador. We met with missionaries, national pastors and leaders of national run ministries. The purpose of this visit to El Salvador (like our visit to Guatemala) was to explore how Mission to the World could expand our […]

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