Category Archive: Bryan’s Posts

The Lingering Question

We have now had two public gatherings, each in a different village. Ladys and the band continue to create songs from translated Sakalava scripture (They have recently created a story song from Genesis… Continue reading

Rebe’s Pregnant!

Rebe and I are excited to share with you that we are expecting our 4th child in late February! We praise God for this new miracle that he has blessed us with. While… Continue reading

Flying By in the Jungle

Do you ever have those months that just fly by? That was June for our family here on the Big Island… We all pitched in and turned our school room into an artist’s… Continue reading

The Local Music Scene

Our family has had the opportunity to spend time with some local musicians for a few months now, learning the Sakalava language and culture and discovering their musical talent. Ladis, the lead singer,… Continue reading

Relationships & Reality

A week has passed since the funeral of Mama Gnesa. If she lived in North America she would still be alive, but death is what happens to many of those who become sick… Continue reading

The Journey

January in Nosy Be… rain falling, rice growing, and language learning. We have been told that January and February are miserable here, with nothing but hot days interrupted by thunderstorms. But being from… Continue reading

Merry Christmas from the McReynolds Tribe

Next week we head to the other side of Nosy Be to a villa on the beach. Our team will spend Christmas together, mixing up all of our individual Christmas traditions into one… Continue reading

Back to the Present

We have just returned from a long absence from our village life. For three weeks we were attending a conference in Machakos, Kenya, focused on learning more about Africa in general, and also… Continue reading

Exploring Madagascar

We have been busy the last few weeks! First, we took a trip as a team to Mahajanga, a city on the west coast of Madagascar, where we met up with other AIM… Continue reading

The Newest Member of the Family

Camden brought home an abandoned duckling from the soccer field/cow pasture yesterday. He and the girls then began construction on a proper home for a baby duck, complete with in-ground swimming pool (a… Continue reading

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