Monthly Archives: February 2013
Take this old stone wall Replace it with a bleeding heart That beats at a steadfast pace That soaks the ones you love My blood can only run so long So cover me with yours And make me a stone … Continue reading
This phrase/mantra/mission statement on the wall at Pinocchio’s Village, in the city of Incheon, pretty much sums up our trip to South Korea. More thoughts later, as I get back to work and get over jet lag.
Please don’t misunderstand me; there is so much to love about Korea, including the Korean church. It’s not all bad, as no culture nor church is all bad. I think my last post was sparked mainly by my recent visit … Continue reading
I’m in Korea now. If you’ve read my brief bio, you know that I’m married to a Korean woman. We’re going on four years and two children, and she has been one of the greatest blessings to my life. From … Continue reading