Monthly Archives: July 2007

>Culture Shock

>I’m in Siem Reap right now, home of Angkor Wat, which is about five hours north of Phnom Phen. Our group is staying at a four star hotel, which for me is a very difficult transition from villages with no … Continue reading

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>Arsenic and Old Lace

>Yesterday I to a small village to test their drinking water for arsenic with Sua, a local Christian and RDI employee. Sua and I share a common love of Manchester United and 1960’s motown songs (our rendition of “Uptown Girl” … Continue reading

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>Cambodia

>Well I’ve been in Cambodia for several days now, but for the the last 2 I’ve been in a small village without running water or electricity, let alone DSL. We’ve been building a huge rain collecter, as currently their only … Continue reading

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>Socialism

>I’m in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam right now. The airport is by far the oldest and most run down I’ve been in yet. The customs agent didn’t seem to like me- I wanted to remind him that they actually … Continue reading

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>Lost in Translation

>Well, we’re stuck in Tokyo because we missed our flight to Hong Kong. Now we have been redirected and will be traveling through Ho Chi Minh city. My first time in a communist country!

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>2 hours isn’t alot of sleep.

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>See ya later Heber. It was real. It was fun. But it wasn’t real fun.

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>Total Truth by Nancy Pearcey

>”Artists are often the barometers of society, and by analyzing the worldviews embedded in their works we can learn a great deal about how to address the modern mind more effectively. Yet many Christians critique culture one-dimensionally, from a moral … Continue reading

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>Cheesecake

>Today was my last day of work at Karolyn’s Kitchen. All of the other waiters and waitresses pitched in and bought me a piece of cheesecake as a going away present, which was quite delicious. Granted, the cheesecake was actually … Continue reading

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>Thought(s) on the Week

>Aki, the retired Japaneses chef who lives next door made me supper the other night and it was delicious. Honestly one of the best meals I’ve ever had. It’s really hard to make money waiting tables when no one comes … Continue reading

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