I’m home sick today. It’s one of those sinus, sore-throat things. But it did give me some time to think about a few things. After watching two videos about SAAB rally racing, I suddenly got the itch to do some racing around back roads. I’m no speed racer, but I’ve always enjoyed driving on country roads—especially when you can swing the back end of the car with you around the corner!
Then I checked my email and saw this picture of my friends in Cambodia. Michael and his family moved to that country a few years ago and have been learning the language and customs so that they can share the good news of Jesus with the people there. That’s a worthwhile endeavor in any country, but how do you get around in Cambodia—especially in the uncivilized part of the country?
As you can see in the picture, Michael and his family use a motorcycle of some sort. It’s been dangerous and he is still recovering from an in-town accident which required surgery on his leg. But he’s still going at it. The funny thing is that Michael is a car guy. When we first met at a Bible Conference, we swapped car stories and developed an instantaneous friendship. It’s nice to see that God can use car guys in Ohio … and Cambodia.