Can a missionary really take a break? Life happens!
Three cult members and Leon sitting in a coffee shop… At the shop, decadent pastries captured my eyes and aromatic coffees permeated my nostrils. I indulged in an immoral hot chocolate when three twentysomethings cornered me in my sensually soft chair. After comparing Covid stories: their friend was a 30-year-old father who leftContinue reading “Leon & the “Seoul Stealers””
After one year of Covid-19 in South Africa… From 22 – 24 March, Leon and I attended the Campus Crusade for Christ – Southern & Eastern Africa (CCC – SEA) Celebration Staff Conference. It was three mornings on Zoom listening to the great leaders from different countries share about God’s goodness. We experienced a senseContinue reading “Girlfriends & Gifts”
“Mrs. Best you have to relax. Don’t try to sit up!” When those words were uttered I felt pain and remembered that I just had surgery. One of the side effects of being under anesthesia is feeling disoriented. I usually wake up ready to walk a lap; however, six weeks ago nurses were telling meContinue reading “Recovery”
The year-old embers of the #FeesMustFall protest burst into flames recently on South African campuses. Young people’s distress of annual tuition fee increases evolved to demands of free higher education. For the past two weeks, violence and vandalism caused by protesters has shut down major universities. Students frustrated by government officials’ unwillingness to come toContinue reading “Glowing Embers”