No More Strangers
In the 1970s, life in the Creole village of Double Head Cabbage meant no electricity, no phone, and no hospitals nearby. But in spite of this, the Glick family fell in love with the country and its friendly people. They grew to love the Creole dialect, especially the phrase, "hope we be no more strangers."
This memoir contains fascinating stories of life in Belize, excerpts from the author's letters home, photographs, and even a few mouth-watering Creole recipes. In addition, No More Strangers, with its honest recounting of the stories and struggles of missionary life, is an excellent primer for anyone interested in missions.