A typical Latin American welcome or parting kiss. (Photo courtesy of Palmer Becker)
Young pastors are responding to the call to ministry. Boris and his wife are in a poor mining town in Chile. (Photo courtesy of Palmer Becker)
In each country I was treated to fellowship meals featuring local foods. (Photo courtesy of Palmer Becker)
Church planters hold hands in support of each other after a workshop in Montevideo, Uruguay. (Photo courtesy of Palmer Becker)
A lot has happened since I last wrote. The ten days in Chile were especially unforgettable!
Chile, with seven climate sub-types, is 4,300 km (2,670 miles) long and 350 km (220 miles) wide. I was almost down to Antarctica! Chile leads Latin American nations in rankings of human development, income per capita, globalization, transparency, and state of peace. The country has a female president.