When surrounded by uncertainty, in a world where everything seems to be shattering, where can we find hope? What can we cling to?
They’re saying lockdowns and social distancing will be the new normal. But what in the world is normal about them?
Our open-air markets are one of the best ways for tourists to get a glimpse of Italian culture and daily life!
Before leaving for the mission field, we (obviously) had to pare our belongings down a great deal. But I brought along three things which I considered absolutely essential. A medical book and what I call my hard-times cook books.
That palace, it struck both fear and awe into the heart of the young woman passing near its gates. The opulence and magnificence of its halls well-known throughout the land. Not that she, of course, would ever see inside.
A te Gesù (In Christ Alone) – brought to you by our church praise group as a special Easter morning blessing…
The Italian Easter means many things. Lamb and chocolate eggs, church services, and the special house blessing…
The more I talk with people, the more I discover that many are dissatisfied with life. Either they don’t like the direction their life is going, or feel their life is directionless. And I think it’s because we sometimes lose track of what’s really important.