Posts Tagged ‘Chaco’

“Those who go out weeping, bearing the seed for sowing, shall come home with shouts of joy, carrying their sheaves.” –Psalm 126:6 Indigenous people in Paraguay have largely had a difficult post-contact experience. Even the Guarani, who survived through strategic alliances with the Spanish, faced exploitation, enslavement, and expulsion. Many tribes are now located on […]


A friend emailed to ask us about the geography of Resistencia. How are the natural and built environments of the city? How do they interact? What is the boundary like between the urban and rural areas? These are some great questions for us to think about, especially since in our role as missionaries we’re facilitating […]