We decided to check out Vjetrenica (“Wind Cave”) in Herzegovina, and it was, well, windy.
It’s not ritzy. And that’s the point.
Where’s Sarajevo? That was going through my head one day in 2003 when someone told me I should go there. Our organization was sending young recent graduates there to work with young people. Go, work, live, play, he said, and it will be the best experience of your life. So I went. And I fell […]
In a world where things are constantly changing, we know that God’s Word provides us with unwavering direction for our lives. The influence of the Bible has been obscured for centuries in our location, but we are fighting back with a new online program for reading the Bible. Over the past year, I have been […]
From time to time, I’ve written here about the importance of having and building a good reputation in the community where one works. Whether one is in a small town or in the capital city, having a good reputation will bring opportunities that would be otherwise impossible. In our work, two things happened this week that, […]
I was waiting for an X-ray at the hospital in Bijeli Brijeg when the technician finally poked his head out the door. “Um, Jonathan? Do you… um, speak…?” “Yes, I speak your language,” I said. “Alright! Wow! That’s great. I’ve never met a foreigner who speaks our language! Come on in.” Said the technician.