BGU Student Eva Chow and her colleagues in our Manila course study an incarnational ministry of another BGU student Aaron Smith and his wife Emma in the Botocan slum. The church they lead above their home has doubled in size in the last year, amazingly with mostly men coming to Christ. They are sponsoring educational options for the community as well. This community is seeing the shalom of God established little by little. Our students are seeing their shalom vision grow.
Randy: I'm an activist in heart and practice who is slowly growing in the experience of God's love. I'm constantly doing, often writing something, struggling to think, and always grateful to be married to Tina and in love with Jesus. I'm currently working on a third book, this time a book of prayers.
Tina: I love the ocean, crocheting, working in my garden, and spending time with neighbors on Mondays for coffee and chocolate. I'm constantly observing people and wondering about their lives. I love being married to Randy and working with him.