“Brid” to Be?

We often see examples here in the city of misspelled words in English and I especially loved these “Brid” party items.  Spelling words in English can be quite difficult for locals because their language does not have any silent letters; every letter always makes a sound.  English is tricky with all the silent letters and various combinations!  Teaching English has given us an amazing open door to people’s hearts and lives.  

I sat with a commercial realtor and worked on three emails that he was sending to clients in English, and I realized what a difference it makes for him to communicate with confidence.  By adding value to his life I have the opportunity to earn his respect and within the context of trust I can then ask deeper questions and share the good news of the gospel.  

3 Comments

  1. Nancy Ciardelli

    August 23, 2019 at 11:56 am

    Happy for all the new “brids”. Our language is very tricky , especially the spelling!! Always like hearing from you! Hope everyone is well!! My son and wife are due to have new baby boy! Due tomorrow! Pray for healthy baby and easy delivery!! 🙏

  2. Great example of how you are accomplishing your mission. Thanks!

  3. That is a terrific thought: adding value to someone’s life. Praise God that you all have that opportunity!

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