2 thoughts on “Stories & Evals from Belize”

  1. I can understand how you feel- it can be dangerous to measure ourselves against others- but, if you hadn’t been there, at that God-appointed time, part of that divinely ordained design, in that very country, in that very village, with those very children…those lives would not have been uniquely touched like you touched them; those children would not have been uniquely loved like you loved them; Arlette would not have been uniquely taught as you taught her. There is the actual touch, and then there is the ripple that will radiate. It is possible that your influence, by the grace of God, may change one child… one family, one generation, one teacher, one village, one country…at a time. Well done, good and faithful servant!

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