Last night here in Singapore I had the privilege to speak at the graduation of a six-week seminar called School of Transforming Business. Singapore is an epicenter helping fuel the present and future dynamism of Asia’s economies. (See my last post, in part on Singapore Treat the Stranger With Tender, Loving Care-For You Were One… Read More The Bugis and the Sogdians: Two Merchant Peoples in Asia with a Mission
I’m in Singapore this week, yesterday enjoying in Little India a rice and veg meal served on the traditional banana leaf. Singapore is a city-state built to a large degree by immigrants from other places, including India. When immigrants are welcomed and allowed to flourish and contribute in all their cultural diversity and gifts, miracles… Read More Treat the Stranger With Tender, Loving Care-For You Were One Also
Will the slave trade ever end? I write this post in Cartagena, Colombia, a very beautiful city with a very dark history. For over three centuries Cartagena was one of the primary hubs for the slave trade in the Americas. The old city, once lived in by only Spanish colonists and their slaves, has been… Read More Will the Slave Trade Ever End?
As I write this post from India, the reactions of protest, anger and fear continue here on news of a third attack in the last two weeks on an Indian immigrant in the US. This last one was near to where we base when we are in the states, a small extremely multicultural city called… Read More President Trump, Tear Down These Walls!
Many years ago in New Delhi I met a dear man who I never forgot, Tom Little. Tom and his wife Libby served the people of Afghanistan for decades, serving a variety of ways in the nation and becoming a Father and Mother of Hope in Christ. About six years ago, Tom and several others… Read More We Will Not Forget You, Tom Little