Do you ever get the feeling you don’t fit in? Sometimes missionaries feel as though they are straddling two cultures and not blending into either. Here is a recent experience about using the standard of one culture in another culture. Enjoy.
Folklore is an important part of understanding the historical underpinnings and thought processes of a culture. In today’s podcast we share the story of Kapak Urku, Mama Tungurahua and Taita Chimborazo. What cultural insight can you glean from the story?
Ecuador’s conservative abortion laws have been called “violence against women” by leftist groups. It is odd that no one seems to call out the inherent violence against babies brought about by liberalized abortion laws.
We pray that this will be the generation who sees abortion for what it truly is and abolishes it.
Ecuador is a country the same size of the State of Colorado. It has five branches of national government and tons of bureaucracy. Their are over 13 million eligible voters and everyone must vote. Ecuador currently has 279 political parties and movements. Voting day is quite interesting. Today’s podcast gives a little more insight.