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"You really care, and I can tell."

These are the words from one of the moms at CRICS, her son is a second grader.  She is Thai, she is buddhist, she is a successful business owner, affluent, etc. There are a number of international schools in our region, she chooses CRICS. She loves our school, she loves that her son is a student here. She told me, "The culture here is amazing--no bullying, high school kids play with younger kids, like a big family." So this post is a shout out to the amazing s

My Favorite Subject

Most of you know we have been involved in equipping and training believers to become full time missionaries. This is one of our primary roles as missionaries. Our desire is to reproduce what we are: long-term, successful ministers of Christ serving in a foreign country. As a part of this equipping, we instruct our interns and missionary trainees in a variety of subjects: leadership, language acquisition, making disc

Stopping for the One

*|MC:SUBJECT|* *|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|* Jesus cared about the one. He often went out of His way to stop for the one--the possessed man in the Gadarene region, the Samaritan woman, the woman with the issue of blood, and many others. He also told a parable about a shepherd who lost one sheep and left the ninety-nine in order to find the one. It’s obvious Jesus cares about the one. In June 2005 I started a pre-school (Sonshine Learning Center, S