If you have ever been a kid, had a kid, or spent time around children, you have likely said and heard these words a few thousand times: “go-fish.” To the late-in-life learner of the English language, it would seem like an error, an incorrect use of words, or a confusing way to talk about fishing…but … Continue reading “Go-Fish”
I shared this message on August 23rd via social media: As many of you know, I have been traveling quite a bit over the past four months. I have had opportunities to talk and meet with people in a lot of places in Europe, in a few places in Africa, in Puerto Rico, and since … Continue reading Fogginess to clarity
We only have one life. You have one life, I have one life–regardless of last name, socioeconomic status, nationality, profession, bank roll, political affiliation, vehicle type, stress experienced daily, number of social media followers or scholarly achievements hanging on the office wall, etc. Each person has one life, one opportunity, one set of numbered days … Continue reading Sólo Tenemos Una Vida
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
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?
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.
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