Tag Archives: Italy

Starting the year with a bang!

  Happy New Year!! In Italy the New Year celebration is a big deal.  It is traditional to have a succulent meal with multiple appetizers, at least two kinds of pasta, two side dishes (one being lentils cooked with sausage), … Continue reading

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Is the Reformation Over?

  As we celebrate the reformation today, here are some good thoughts by Kevin DeYoung on the importance of the reformation…TODAY! Click Here Share!BufferFacebookTwitteremail

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When Peace is Nothing but an Illusion

It’s early Sunday morning. It looks like another lazy summer day here at the gates of Perugia. It’s so quiet I hear a dove coo, and then flutter away. I couldn’t think of a more peaceful start to my day. … Continue reading

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Surgery #6 is history

  Thank you for praying! I thank the Lord that everything went according to plan. There was only one tense moment for me when I was on the surgery table and the surgeon asked me: “What are we removing today?” … Continue reading

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Christmas in Italy

Here are the most frequently asked questions about Christmas in Italy. When and how long is Christmas? How do they decorate for Christmas? What about the Christmas tree? What do they eat for Christmas? Do they have any traditional Christmas … Continue reading

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