Tearing Down the Walls Between Us

Tearing Down the Walls Between Us

I’m building a fence at our new house in Prague. Or rather, my neighbor and I are building a fence together. We need a fence to keep our dog off the neighbor’s property, and I wanted to build it myself—something that I could point to and say, “I built that.” But as I started to […]

By Phil Davis on October 20, 2017

Cross-Cultural Adjustment: It’s Hard and It’s Good

Cross-Cultural Adjustment: It’s Hard and It’s Good

“You’ve got to be kidding me!” It was my first unofficial week at Maynooth Community Church. A team of university students had come for the week to help with our upcoming Arts Festival. Eager to start adjusting to the church and culture, I joined in some of the preparations. For the most part, it was […]

By Kristen Lalley on October 11, 2017