A little boy with a Lakers jersey stands with his sister at his home at the edge of the Pulang Lupa garbage dump. He's looking at the church that has been planted there. It has started some modest income generation projects to provide an alternative to scavenging. Will he have options not available to his father? To some extent this question will be answered by the degree to which the church chooses a wholistic gospel over a privatized spirituality that cares more about heaven than it does about the seeking the shalom of God for his earth. With this little church on the dump site, so far, so good. A sign of hope for these little ones.
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.