TURNING 15 IN EL SALVADOR
After 17 years of thinking that I was “learning” a culture (ok, so I was, and am still learning), and after a couple of years of confusion and inquiry into what I see in the culture, and a few days of serious research (and a couple of hours of fervent prayer), I wish that I could sit down and write a detailed and intellectual research paper on certain aspects of the culture. I would like to call it: “The Quinceañera and Rural Latin Culture, and the Historic and Spiritual root
IS EL SALVADOR DANGEROUS?
This is not an exhaustive study on travel, missions, gang life, or history, but it is part of our story, and some of what we know from research and from our personal experience (others, may have a different experience, or different convictions on the matter). El Salvador has a long history of war, violence, and oppression - dating back long before the 12-year-long civil war that began in 1980 (or ’79). Look at the history of El Salvador (I could say SO much about this, and I