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“For in him we live and move and have our being.” -Acts 17:28 The world today is increasingly interconnected. This is first and foremost cause for celebration. But it brings challenges. People have different perspectives and guiding experiences. While we are knitted together through common connections, interests, and aspirations, we speak many languages, eat different […]


The Cátedra Carnahan is an annual lecture series hosted by ISEDET in Buenos Aires. This year, Dr. Luis Rivera Pagán spoke on the topic of, ¨Iglesia, colonialidad y liberación: reflexiones histórico/teológicas desde El Caribe¨ (The Church, the situation of being colonized, and liberation: historical-theological reflections from the Caribbean.) One of the conference participants mentioned three possibilities that […]


Sometimes James and I feel like we are the victims of a vast language conspiracy. Just when we start to think we’re getting the hang of Spanish, a new grammar or vocabulary challenge reveals itself, and we realize we’ve been saying something incorrectly for weeks. Here are some of our latest blunders: 1. La Jubilación […]


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08Feb12

Disciples of Christ kids from all around Resistencia are buzzing with anticipation for the annual campamento, a children’s overnight camping trip, which takes place next week. We attended a planning meeting for the trip and learned some new vocabulary words.  You can probably guess what’s in store for the children: Juegos de integración: get-to-know-you games […]