Tag Archives: transportation

From Strangers to Partners in Ministry

I returned from a three-month sojourn in the USA just in time to welcome a new group of volunteers into our program. Beginning October 4 with the arrival of Caren Martin, a total of eight new volunteers joined the three … Continue reading

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Happily Ever After in Korea

I am on the road again and, once again, I had a layover at Incheon Airport in Seoul, Korea. This airport has been rated the #1 airport in the world for eight consecutive years. I blogged about this airport when … Continue reading

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Helpful Friends

While I was in Bangkok, I had an appointment to see the doctor at 9 AM. My doctor practices at Bangkok Christian Hospital, which is within walking distance of the Bangkok Christian Guest House. Unfortunately, the only way to cross … Continue reading

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Life Is…. Challenging… Sometimes

Excitement has been building for weeks as we prepare for two new volunteers to join us here in Thailand.  Emails have been flying back and forth between the USA and Thailand as we have explained the process for getting a … Continue reading

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Almost Heaven… An Airport?

I cannot remember a time in my life when I thought a layover in an airport was a good thing!  And I cannot say that I can remember a time when anyone could or would wax poetic about any airport … Continue reading

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Unimaginable Beauty Lies in Remote Places

I was privileged to travel into a remote part of Thailand in February with two co-workers to look at the possibility of new volunteer placement sites.  As always in my travels in Thailand, I was blown away by the sheer … Continue reading

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Bringing Hope to the Marginalized

This is a post that should have been written a couple of months ago, but I find that time gets away from me now that I am working full-time.  The photos have been waiting for me to make time to … Continue reading

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Hellfire Pass

I have been traveling from the end of January through most of the month of February, visiting the schools that I have not yet visited and learning more about this land where I live. When I reflect back on all … Continue reading

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My Love Affair with Tall Buildings

Yes, I am in love with tall buildings!  Not that I ever want to live in one or even work in one, but I love looking at them, thinking about them, and marveling at the expertise of those who design … Continue reading

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The Never-Ending Story

Unfortunately, the flood waters are still rising (no matter what the Prime Minister might say) and a new projection says that it will be a month before the water clears away.  Despite criticism of key figures in the government and … Continue reading

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