Kanoa is very interested in the Christian faith and is hard at work learning everything he can about it. His way of reasoning about the Christian faith is new to me, and I understand now that this way of thinking is referred to as presuppostional apologetics.
I enjoyed a very satisfying conversation with Skylar. My niece, Cassidy, and Skylar met in Thailand when Skylar was serving in the Peace Corp. We talk about Skylar’s background in theater, his interest in teaching and the importance of play. Then we take a turn and talk about politics. Skylar is more left leaning than I am, and I enjoyed the opportunity to discuss some issues with him. We transition once more and talk about core beliefs.
Pancho grew up, mainly outside, in Jamaica. His first time in an automobile was on the way to the airport at age 16 when he would be flown to the USA to meet his dad. We talk about his childhood in Jamaica, coming to the USA, having a child with severe autism, and his drive to provide for his family.