Posts Tagged ‘language’

In on the Joke

23Jul12

We’ve returned to Resistencia after two busy weeks of travel through Paraguay, visiting churches and renewing relationships with friends we haven’t seen in a while. One of the highlights of our recent trip was attending a youth congress at Camp Jack Norment, where we enjoyed two full days of frisbee, campfires, and fellowship. Unexpectedly, the […]


We enjoyed reading the recent New York Times article on the prevalence of the Guaraní language in Paraguay. The article accurately captures how widespread the language is, and how ingrained it is in the popular culture. We hear a fair amount of Guaraní spoken in church. One pastor explained that the language establishes a closer […]