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God’s Sense of Humor

24 Mar

I have had the unique opportunity to work with a young man in Bangalore, India for the past year. Binu Verghese is the technical part of our team handling the upgrades, configurations and troubleshooting of the Auto-Discovery tool we manager together. Between the two of us, we can tell anyone what is running on our network infrastructure at any given time. Pretty cool tool, but that is not the purpose of todays post.

The best part of this partnership is learning about each others lives. So, here is God’s sense of humor! We figured out early on in our partnership that we are actually “family” members. No not earthly family, but God’s family. In a country that is 80.5% Hindu, Binu and his family are “Born Again Christians”. He attends Bethel AG Church@pastorjohnsonv in Bangalore. The world just keeps getting smaller and smaller and smaller. It’s awesome to have a brother on the other side of the world praying for me as we work together.

As Becky and I waited for Elise to join us in this world, Binu and I shared the waiting game together. He and his wife Christie were waiting for the birth of their first child. So in October, Danny Verghese was born in India. 
With Binu’s permission, let me introduce you to Danny Verghese and of course, Mom Christie

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1 Comment

Posted by on March 24, 2014 in Family Stuff, Nashville Experience

 

One response to “God’s Sense of Humor

  1. Binu Verghese

    March 24, 2014 at 11:49 pm

    Thank you so much for everything Roger…

     

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