• Tech Advances

    Tech Advances

    Last month I attended a staff meeting with colleagues in the Philippines. That may not seem like a big deal — staff meetings happen every week Read More
  • Radical Transformations with a Firm Foundation

    Radical Transformations with a Firm Foundation

    When we started serving the Lord 62 years ago, our ministry was vastly different than it is today. Over the years, we have seen many Read More
  • The Journey Thus Far

    The Journey Thus Far

    I arrived in Africa the day before my 21st birthday; fresh out of university, brimming with optimism and fervour and with only a 23kg suitcase Read More
  • Relationships Matter

    Relationships Matter

    Godly integrity forms the solid basis and the binding strength of the core of mission work: relationships. Ultimately Christians want non-believers to have the same Read More
  • A Big Change

    A Big Change

    It has been twelve years since I first moved to this field. I know that’s only a fraction of the time other missionaries have been Read More
  • Serving Him

    Serving Him

    In today’s ravaged and ever-changing society, one’s heart is encouraged in knowing that our Lord and Saviour is the same yesterday, today and forever. Sadly, Read More
  • TESOL

    TESOL

    Today I visited a new Christian school in Lubumbashi. Funded by Australians, this venture has the vision to provide quality French education from Pre-Kindergarten to Read More
  • Changes Over The Years In The Brazilian Ministry

    Changes Over The Years In The Brazilian Ministry

    Throughout the 55 years of Gary's service in Brazil, and Louise and Gary’s 51 years serving the Lord together as a couple, there have been Read More
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Last month I attended a staff meeting with colleagues in the Philippines. That may not seem like a big deal — staff meetings happen every week after all! But this one was different — it was a global staff meeting, attended by SIL staff from around the world, and it was broadcast from the highlands...
When we started serving the Lord 62 years ago, our ministry was vastly different than it is today. Over the years, we have seen many changes that have influenced what we do and how we do it. Politics, revolutions, government regulations, travel methods, technology, spiritual awakenings, Christian...
I arrived in Africa the day before my 21st birthday; fresh out of university, brimming with optimism and fervour and with only a 23kg suitcase (and as much carry-on as I had been able to cram in my little backpack) to my name. I had (with, in fairness, just the slightest bit of trepidation) turned...
Godly integrity forms the solid basis and the binding strength of the core of mission work: relationships. Ultimately Christians want non-believers to have the same eternal life-giving and life-changing relationship that they themselves have with God, so it is critical for believers to display,...
It has been twelve years since I first moved to this field. I know that’s only a fraction of the time other missionaries have been at it, but still, it’s long enough to have been able to experience change on various levels: changes in policies, changes in government, changes in staff, changes in...
Today I visited a new Christian school in Lubumbashi. Funded by Australians, this venture has the vision to provide quality French education from Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 12. We chatted over broad issues and, since I am now in my fourth year of administering a different Christian school, I...