Walking Through The Dead

  This week we had the opportunity to go to an area of Buenos Aires called Recoleta. While there, we were able to go to the Cementerio de la Recoleta. It is a very large cemetery with thousands of graves mostly of important people from Argentine history. Many times, whole families would be buried in... Continue Reading →


Give me Liberty

We have had the opportunity to learn a lot about Argentina and it’s history. One of the things we have been able to learn about and go see is the Catedral Metropolitana, which houses the tomb and memorial of the “George Washington” of Argentina and is guarded by two soldiers at all times. José Francisco... Continue Reading →

February Prayer Letter

WOW, one Month done already!  Getting Started! We arrived in Argentina on January 31st and have had the time of our lives since getting here! In the last month, we have begun to live life in a whole new adventuress way! Every day we are growing in the language and culture, and can now successfully navigate... Continue Reading →

Vision Night!

Mountainside The highest mountain outside of Asia is in Argentina. Aconcagua is 6,962m (22,841ft) high and is in the Mendoza province of Argentina. Argentina is a beautiful country with a vast array of climate choices. With subtropical areas up north, frozen tundra down south, four seasons in the middle, mountains to the west, and an... Continue Reading →

Weekly Review 2/12-17/18

This past week, we had language classes which are both fun and brain melting at the same time! We are growing in the language each day. As part of our internship, we need to memorize Bible verses in Spanish. We have asked our language teacher Sandra to help us know how to say the words... Continue Reading →

Fun Fact Friday!

The Argentine kiss: We have been here a week and we are learning a lot about this beautiful country! One of the many enjoyable things we are adjusting to is the Argentine way of greeting. By Argentine greeting, I mean giving a kiss. In Argentina, when you greet someone or say goodbye to them, you... Continue Reading →

We Have Arrived.

Hello from the other side of the WORLD!!! In the Southern Hemisphere!!!! We have safely arrived in Argentina after having Emma's parents and our very good friends the Quinns and the Van Winkles come to send us off. We are now in the process of unpacking and organizing everything in our apartment. Please be praying for... Continue Reading →


As we are only 5 days away from leaving, we received some interesting information. We had an apartment reserved for us but in November it was rented out, and the man it was rented to was a drug lord. So, the government/police raided and seized control and tore it apart in search of drugs, so it... Continue Reading →

Politics in Argentina

  After the death of then president Juan Peron in 1976, the military took control beginning a period known as the Dirty War which lasted for about 9 years. During this time, it was estimated that between 20,000 to 30,000 people were kidnapped and then killed. The political situation in Argentina has almost always been... Continue Reading →

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