One thing we really enjoyed on our recent vacation was delicious Indonesian & Surinamese food!
(and I can't find any pictures of us eating it)
|Our favorite. Check my review on Yelp|
|We ate rijsttafel at this take-out place and this is the only photo I can find :-||
There was a catastrophic earthquake and tsunami in Sulawesi recently which is still in the news.
Up to 5000 people are unaccounted for.
This has affected Bible translation as you can imagine:
Sulawesi earthquake update Indonesia [2018-10-02]
Five organizations in the Wycliffe Global Alliance are active in Bible translation in the Central Sulawesi region of Indonesia, where on Friday September 28, an earthquake with magnitude 7.5 and an accompanying tsunami caused major damage to the city of Palu and many surrounding towns and villages. As of Tuesday October 2, the reported death toll was 1235 and expected to rise further. All Wycliffe-affiliated expatriate workers have safely evacuated to another city away from the damaged area, but not all co-workers from local organizations have been accounted for. The GPID church synod, suffered a heartbreaking loss when its training center collapsed during an afternoon children’s Bible camp. At least 30 children died in this tragedy, and there have been many other similar discoveries. Please pray for all who have been affected in some way by this disaster, for efficient and safe coordination of rescue and relief efforts, for God’s comfort for those who know Him, and for His saving grace to extend to those who do not yet know Him.
As we pray for those affected, (you can learn more about how to help here)
I suggest making this easy and kid friendly recipe.
For those of us who love spice... make sure to serve this with some sambal.