All posts for the month July, 2015

People of Peru

Often on mission trips the ones you are sent to serve end up giving you something. That’s what I found in Peru. One day we demolished and then built a new house on the same spot. The husband was at work, but the wife worked along side us. She offered sweat equity, as she removed the […]

Sensing Peru

If Comas, Peru, were a person, I’d give him (or her) a drink of water. It’s a sprawling district of Lima, with nearly 500,000 inhabitants. Although it is just a few miles from the Pacific ocean, this mountainous area is dry and arid – averaging less than an inch of rain per year. That would appear to […]