About Me: 

Retired already ten years from 35 years of service with CRWM and CRHM in Latin American (Spanish) as a "missionary pastor."

With Mary Anne we have five children and 14 grandkids.  I try to maintain involvement in projects both local (Holland MI in the summer,

lots of "pulpit supply" preaching and in Escondido California with a faith-based rehab ranch and area especially hispanic ministries) and

in El Salvador.  Support for a Word and Deed ministry with the ES CRCs (see ElSalvadorProject.Weebly.com) and other reformed leaders

in that country.   

 

Interests: 

I do quite a bit of gardening; is cutting firewood from a woodlot "forest husbandry"?  With Mary Anne we are promoting the kinds of issues that

the Center for Public Justice educates about; we are also trained as facilitators for Churches between Borders workshop on Immigration.

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Immigration Dilemma

Around 250 Salvadorans leave the country every day. There are no exact numbers because migrating continues being something “clandestine, invisible” from the authorities. It doesn’t matter in what conditions youth live, they want to leave.

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Together Again? Word and Deed

I choose to post this on the Global Mission site because this is where I tried to nudge conversation a year and a half ago (see the blog: Concept of a Global World Missions Agency). Pray with all that ensuing decisions will lead to the necessary, concrete steps to getting the CRCNA's world-wide witness "together again."

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