Tag Archives: family
Posted on 01. Feb, 2010 by April.
What are the expectations in your family? Chances are, they’re different than those of a Thai family. I’ve had a few discussions with students, friends and fellow missionaries about different aspects of family life. It’s weird how you just assume your way is “normal.” I can’t say whether one way is better or worse, but they do reveal the basic values of our culture. Let’s look at some aspects of life and I’ll share some insights I’ve gained into Thai culture. By no means is this exhaustive, it’s just what I’ve learned in conversation…
Posted on 30. Oct, 2009 by April.
Last week we went back up to Mae Sot to meet with the rest of the Foursquare Thailand family for the National Convention. For three days and two nights we exchanged the noise and busyness of Bangkok for the fresh air and tranquility of rural Thailand. The theme of the convention was “Ohana- We Are One Family”…
Posted on 05. Oct, 2009 by April.
It’s pink. That’s the first thing you’ll notice about Our Home Chapel (also known as “the center”).
Several businesses are housed inside this building, all Thai-run, and all working together for one goal- evangelism. Throughout the next few blogs we will introduce you to what goes on inside…
Posted on 28. Apr, 2009 by April.
Sunday was an incredible day for us. Surrounded by loving and supportive friends and family we were officially commissioned from Life Bridge Church. It was an emotional event. We felt so loved and humbled by all the nice words spoken about us, and all the support shown by everyone there. It is so hard to believe that we are finally going!