Paris.

Graffiti. Public transportation. Outdoor seating. Stick shifts. Poor parking. Wine. History. Diversity. Scooters. Coffee. Small flats. Public parks. Instruments. Tourists. Different road signs. People reading. Entertainment. Beggars. Crying children. Laughing friends. Early-closing stores. Exercise. Fewer McDonalds. Expensive cuisine. The same annoying iPhone default ringtone. Toilets and showers have separate rooms; light switches are outside of … Continue reading Paris.

Day 1

I met a businessman,  a lady named Esther, and a dentist, all while waiting for my first overseas flight from Newark to Brussels. I had a list of things to do that I “forgot” to do before leaving (like purchase clothes for a wedding, figure out train situation for arrival w/no phone, etc.), but I wound up … Continue reading Day 1

Really?

I just want you to know that God is good and He is at work. He is good and He is at work whether you choose to acknowledge Him or not. He is good and He is at work whether you love Him or hate Him. He is good and He is at work whether you were in … Continue reading Really?

Details.

A couple three people actually know the behind-the-scenes details in my life. Close friends. A few family members. Half a handful of colleagues (2.5?). I thought I might catch you up, if you care to know. Here’s a glimpse of what has been going on recently in the #lifeofGreg. I had a pretty sweet gig working … Continue reading Details.

Set in Stone

Speaking of the coming months of travel, “set in stone” is a pretty accurate way not to describe what’s on the way.  Plans are fluid.  Intermediate transportation is up in the air.  Who I will meet is completely unknown, with the exception of a handful of former coworkers, missionary friends, and a couple that may … Continue reading Set in Stone

An Atypical Tuesday

All 9 days of my southeastern sabbatical were good but Tuesday was better.  There were highlights: Florida weather, historic sites, times of laughter, Godly conversations, card games, a sunrise over the ocean, an awesome church, and memorable meals sprinkled throughout, but Tuesday was a string of Divinity.  I find it humorous because Tuesday was the … Continue reading An Atypical Tuesday