Update June 1-17, 2018 This is the second update on my UK trip. I last communicated toward the end of the first two festivals at Hay-on-Wye. I had lost my hat after the Philosophy festival, and was working at the Hay Literary and Arts Festival. As I packed up and headed for breakfast on my way … More Wales, Cornwall, England, Devon, and Czech Republic Trip Part 2
From May15-31, 2018 I began my time in the UK in Caernarfon, North Wales. Trey and Amelia McCain were away from their home in Llanllyfni, about 7 miles from Caernarfon. They opened their home and the use of their car to me. Thus, my first week was spent in the Welshest area of Wales – … More Wales, Cornwall, England, Devon, and Czech Republic Trip Part 1
Here are a few more thoughts after the Coachella Music Festival. I helped Joshua Hanson’s Kingdom Promotions work with non-profit ministry rehab programs. They help men and women both young and old learn to work and re-enter life after drugs and alcohol. 180 men and women worked the festival and raised money to support their … More Post Coachella Update
I am working with a friend at the famous Coachella Music Festival, which somehow gets itself listed as the best music festival year after year. This is based upon the music lineup and surprises that come with that lineup. For instance, Eminem was one of the headliners this year, and as a surprise guest, Dr. … More Coachella Music Fest: The best of the worst of us?
The Youtube Video below highlights a fantastic couple who have been ministering among the nomads in the US for years. Please check them out, and if this touches your heart, visit them online at thenomadsland.org.
Christmas is nearly on us – or perhaps it has already overtaken us – depending on the pressure and/or the amount of work the season has for you. Advent is celebrated by some of us, and it has been with us for a couple weeks. Typically, we do not use the word “celebrate” is respect … More Observe Advent this Christmas by Observing the Feelings of Others
I have been reading the Bible yn Cymraeg (in Welsh) for a while now. This has been wonderful, and simultaneously problematic. My Welsh is broken enough to leave me with an extremely low level of comprehension, and a need to refer to a dictionary with some frequency. I feel like the many people, who over … More Struggling Like a Child