A while back I wrote a post called “The History of Portugal in less than 1000 words”. Today I found that somebody did the same thing in video form. Here it is, for your viewing pleasure. Make sure to send us your questions about Portugal and the ministry here. We love to hear from you.
Many people have had them and they are wonderful. Probably one of the most known Portuguese pastries, the Custard Pie can be enjoyed all over Portugal and in specialty shops around the world (I have eaten them in Canada and in the US). The famous English chef Jamie Oliver gives us a super easy recipe […]
I looked at our website’s dashboard (seriously, that is how it’s called) earlier this week and noticed that we had 99 posts. According to a friend of mine who is a mathematician, this is our 100th post. I wanted to make it special, but probably will fail. When we started this website last year (check […]
We have just finished a great week of camp! I’m still tired of all the work and this is probably not the last post about the camp, but I wanted to give you an initial report. This was a great camp! Let me just repeat something that you have probably heard me say by now, […]
Last Sunday we were in Castanheira do Ribatejo (North of Lisbon) to help the brethren there celebrate the first anniversary of the start of that church plant. What a special service it was! Bro. Tito is leading that work and doing such a great job! Pray for him as we have a ordination service scheduled […]