Ping Pong Preacher

Ping Pong Preacher

   P ing pong. From New Zealand to Dubai to Cambodia—if there’s one way to get to know a fellow staff member, it’s through a game of Ping Pong. Most recently I started up a game to get acquainted with the DTS leader, Mek. Though normally using conversation as a...
Arrival

Arrival

settling in Waking up to ash and dust, we wiped our brows, and went to work. Ants appeared almost instantaneously at the appearance of an infinitesimal crum. Cement walls making even hanging a picture a elephantine task. The “joys” of having to start from...
An Incomplete Kingdom

An Incomplete Kingdom

“…meant to be.” Such a phrase has pervaded throughout our society in almost any sphere of influence. You’ll see this phrase in novels and movies and hear it from philosophers and romantics. It can be a situation (i.e. it’s meant to be) or...
Losing a Dad

Losing a Dad

Clark Olson.My dad went on to be with the Lord on October 22nd when his battle with Esophageal Cancer ended. Able to use frequent flyer miles to fly back to Colorado that same day (miraculously), we arrived back in the States to be with my mother and sister in this...
My Dad, Clark Olson: a Eulogy

My Dad, Clark Olson: a Eulogy

The earliest memory I have was with dad. I was 2 years old, and as any toddler who is on the road for awhile, I was getting restless on our way back from grandma’s, so we pulled over for a break. Dad took me on a walk on the dry Colorado terrain, and we saw a...