Read a post from our guest blogger, Katherine:
I’m sure most people have heard the common phrase “practice makes perfect.” This can be applied to learning a new language, mastering a theatrical production, or even ministering to people. All of these things may sound tricky if you have never experienced them, but with enough practice, you can become perfect at them (or at least better than you were before). I was able to get plenty of practice with all 3 of these things during my first missions trip to Nicaragua. Continue reading →
I love watching cooking competition shows on TV. If I had to choose, I’d probably say that’s my favorite kind of TV show, which is kind of ironic because I don’t really like cooking all that much. There’s something about those shows, though: the fierce competition, the strange challenges and ingredients, the judges, the (healthy?) dose of reality TV drama—I love it. Continue reading →
What do you get when you cross Nicaraguan Spanish speakers by birth with an American Spanish speaker by education? You get a crash course in cultural communication!
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