Voices-only Wednesday: ‘Wrapped up, tied up, tangled up’ in India
This week I’m writing from the Los Angeles International airport, en route to the South Pacific. I hope to have some great videos to share soon from that part of the world. It’s my first visit there.
Before I scoot off to subject myself to airport security (for the second time today, thanks LAX!) I thought I’d post a few videos I’ve shot over the years from the field. Enjoy!
First up, here’s a group of natives of the West African nation of Ghana living as expatriates in Belgium. During a home Bible study in 2009, I convinced them to sing a hymn in their native tongue, twi.
And here’s a Ghanaian congregation just up the road from Belgium in the Netherlands at Sunday worship.
Closer to home, here are students and alumni of the Baxter Institute in Honduras singing a Spanish-language version of “Leaning on the Everlasting Arms” in 2011.
Finally here’s me trying to teach children in India to sing “Wrapped Up, Tied Up, Tangled Up in Jesus” in 2009.