This video is on loan to Reaching & Teaching from Ministry Grid, a website of LifeWay Christian Resources. As you think through a packing list for your mission trip, what ought to be considered? Dr. Sills shares what he has learned through his extensive travel to a variety of locales across the globe. Dr. David […]

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God has graciously granted me another first, a phenomenal experience, and a fulfillment of a long-time goal. As many of you know, I love traveling to new places and I love to learn—it’s my hobby really. Prior to my most recent international trip, I think my trip to Cuba was the one on which I […]

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I always smile when one of my students tells me that he can’t wait until he graduates and can read only what he wants to read. That day never comes. I know that he has this image of free time, rest, and endless days with his only major decision being which game to watch, or […]

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I have just returned from a summer of ministry in Latin America. It was both exhausting and exhilarating. The travels started with the blessing of being able to go and minister with Mary to the students at The Spanish Language Institute in Costa Rica. The beauty of that country and the warm hospitality of the […]

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This summer has been packed full for me. God has given me some great memories, wonderful experiences, and allowed me to see how He is working in parts of His world that I had never seen before. I started the summer with a first for me—ten days in Cuba. What a fantastic experience that was! […]

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Many people here in Cuba have parrots. It seems to be the pet of choice. I would assume that is because it provides entertainment and requires little food and maintenance. In one home where I ate, the couple was showing off their parrot’s repertoire. It was amazing to hear it call their names, laugh like […]

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This is my first trip to Cuba. I have been interested in Cuba for as long as I can remember. So many aspects of it are fascinating to me. I remember people talking about the Cuban missile crisis more than I remember the crisis itself, but having been born in 1957 and growing up in […]

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