Moving from the City was not easy, especially as
    I had to to it in a rush and my plans to publish a
    NEWSLETTER such as this one had to wait. I was
    encouraged by a local fellow who said we would
    be getting an internet cable out here in a month

    Now, eight months on, the internet cable still has
    not materialized and the best connection I can get
    here is on a very slow mobile phone network that
    often fills up with ordinary telephone calls.

    So between that and running to town for building
    supplies, I have become a frequent traveler. Sadly,
    Crimean bus and taxi service doesn't give miles
    awards. Barring some leg issues after a fall I have
    been healthy and God has done some real travel
    miracles that blessed me greatly.

    Other issues like learning to walk muddy or icy
    uneven roads paved only in cow droppings, and
    alcoholic neighbors who would kill your dog for
    a price...well thats all part of the country charm.
                                                                   NEWS INDEX
  • ~    Page 1   BUILDING CREATIVELY, INSPIRING HOPE FOR THE NEXT GENERATION
  • ~    THE BIG MOVE... LOTS MORE TRAVELING AND TRAVEL MIRACLES
  • ~   Page 2 CHILDREN'S CAMPS ON THE RIVER... MORE BLESSINGS, FUN, MIRACLES
  • ~  RIVER OF JOY HOSTS OUR FIRST WEDDING
  • ~   Page 3   LESSONS WE'VE LEARNED FROM CHILDREN AND SPORTS
  • ~   HUMANITARIAN AID CONTAINER HALT. WILL IT CHANGE OUR STATUS?
  • ~   TEARS FLOW UNDER NELLIA'S BRIDGE
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How we overcome - Rev 2:11
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Fall 2011
NEWS of CRIMEA
from your friend David G. Hallowell
No passion so effectually robs the mind of
all its powers of acting and reasoning as fear.   ~ Edmund Burke
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inspire new believers with new ways to use local resources to make their environment more attractive
to visitors without huge expense. (The biggest revenue source in Crimea is tourism). Look what God
showed us.

mission
< tile!
river    
stone >
Here in Crimea mission tile is called Tatarski cheripitza. It is abundant and dirt cheap. Modern builders
abandoned it in favor of new materials long ago. But Crimean country folk haven't the money for the finer
modern stuff. They mostly use ugly gray corrugated asbestos now. Asbestos!  Mission tile has my vote.
River stone from our creek is free!
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