The last time we corresponded with you we were packing our apartment and moving from Philadelphia to Phoenix, AZ. That was May.
This past summer, Boyden Myers, Ben McCloy, Nola Merlino, Juanita Bryan and a team from Michigan called “Michigan Servants for Christ” have made imprints in Bolivia, Haiti, Honduras and Japan.
It is a great joy to be visiting home! We are soaking up the hugs from family, friends and church family.
On one of these days, we went to San Juan Sacatepéquez, and we heard the voices of the communities that make up that municipality, their sorrows and their hopes.
Uno de estos días fuimos a San Juan Sacatepéquez, y escuchamos las voces de las comunidades que conforman ese municipio, sus pesares y sus esperanzas.
Jesus, you heard your Father in the voice of a woman whom your countrymen despised; help us to hear your voice today in the words of those considered not worthy to eat at the table; move us to share the hope of a humane world. That in the voice of the excluded, we will feel called to share our food and our hope with those who long for salvation.