LA’s fine, but it ain’t home

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We have now done 4 of the 5 gigs on the Korean leg of our tour. We have one more to go on Tuesday, then we fly home Wednesday. We've played for two large churches and two universities, and had amazing responses at all of them. Our average audience has been 350-400, which is slightly higher than in Mongolia. We've signed more autographs and taken more photos and given away more CDs and promo pictures than in an entire touring year for domestic shows. We're huge here (grin). I have shared the gospel at each show and people have been invited to begin a relationship with God, but we don't have any results from those shows yet. But we have been extremely well received and my guess is that we'll…
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Mongolian taxis and other oddities

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So we get on the ground here in UlaanBaatar (the 'aa' syllables get the accent), we meet with the team that has brought us in for concerts, have a briefing meeting, and head out to dinner. Adam and I are going to catch a taxi with Oyuka and Odko, two women on the Mongolian team whose full names are lyrical and beautiful when they pronounce them, ungraceful when I say them, and awful to figure how how to spell.  (Sorry, gals...) Anyway, we go to catch a taxi. Now, I have been in some of the largest cities in the world (Seoul, New York, Istanbul, Cairo, etc) and catching a taxi is no big deal. But as we stand on the street corner, Oyuka starts waving at random cars driving by that don't appear (by any standard)…
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