Tag Archives: Paul & Lori Vernon

Gone, but Not Forgetting

Gone, but Not Forgetting

Posted on 02. Aug, 2010 by .

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So while we are no longer in Thailand, we find that our minds and our prayers often are. We continue to keep in touch with people who are working there, and we’d like to encourage you to do the same. Our blog has featured different people we met and worked with in Thailand, and I’d like to give you a quick recap of some of those ministries with links to their websites so that you can stay informed with what God is doing in Thailand…

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Food Friday: Eat like an Ahka

Food Friday: Eat like an Ahka

Posted on 29. Jan, 2010 by .

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As we’ve mentioned more than once, last month we went up to an Akha village for a few days to experience their culture. Part of that was, of course, their food. My favorite part was using chopsticks to eat it all. :) Since we only ate Akha food a few times, we decided to bring in an expert to tell you all about it. Lori Vernon graciously agreed to be our guest blogger today to teach us about Akha food and even share a recipe!

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Village Trip

Village Trip

Posted on 03. Jan, 2010 by .

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A certain amount of our time off from teaching has been devoted to resting and recharging (hence the lack of blogging lately 😉 ). It has been lovely and we are feeling reenergized. Part of this has included some traveling. We had the opportunity to visit Paul & Lori Vernon up north. They graciously hosted us in their home in Chiang Rai, and then took us to their Akha village house and showed us what their life looks like there. It was thrilling to feel some cold air and actually want to wear socks :). But, of course, there was so much more to the experience than that…

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‘Ohana’ Means Family…

‘Ohana’ Means Family…

Posted on 30. Oct, 2009 by .

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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”…

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