Posts Tagged ‘expatriate’

Patriotism and the Fourth of July

I contemplated whether or not I should write a post for the Fourth of July. The holiday has never been wildly important in my family, though I’ve done my share of wearing red, white, and blue, and even temporarily dying my hair one year. I’ve made the trek to see fireworks at both the Washington...
July 4th, 2012 | Culture, Featured | Read More

Stranger in a Strange Land in Church: Expatriate Christianity

I am an English teacher in South Korea. One of the primary reasons that I go to church here is to save myself from completely flipping my lid because I do not have anyone else to talk to in English. The other reason is, of course, to get spiritually fed in the language I think and feel in. Although I...
June 11th, 2012 | Church, Culture, Featured, Religion, The Gospel | Read More