Posts Tagged ‘immigration’

“After thinking it over, I brought charges against the nobles and officials; I said to them, “You are all taking interest from your own people.” And I called a great assembly to deal with them…” – Nehemiah 5:7 Lent is a time of introspection and a time of letting go of the things that stand between […]


Last week we visited Ciudad del Este (“City of the East”), which sits on Paraguay’s eastern border, close to Brazil, Argentina, and the famous Iguazu Falls. Ciudad del Este is widely recognized as Paraguay’s economic center, for both its legitimate and its not-so-legitimate business endeavors. Travel writer John Gimlette describes Ciudad del Este as “the […]