Book Reviews

Book Review: The Unfinished Reformation

Book Review: The Unfinished Reformation: What Unites and Divides Catholics and Protestants After 500 Years by Gregg Allison and Chris Castaldo. This book is a shorter book looking at where Christianity has come since the Protestant Reformation. It essentially attempts to provide an overview of what divides or brings Protestants and Catholics and then answer …

GlobeTrek, Travel

Frustrations of an intercultural manner

Today I was walking down a major avenue in São Paulo and I saw something extremely odd. It was a man riding a bicycle with his neck in a brace and without a helmet. It’s the sort of thing that you will come to notice by being in Brazil.


From Ethiopia to Kenya

It has been a little while since my last blog and I have a bunch to cover. Since Egypt we went to Ethiopia and from there we ended up in Rwanda, Uganda, and eventually Kenya. We visited a different ministry with each country and who all have their own styles of ministry.


Málaga: what is the typical.

There isn’t a lot that is exciting in a missionary’s life, nor is it ordinary. Neither is there a lot that goes on in a potential missionary’s life, especially one that is learning to become one, or at least learn about cross-cultural ministries.