I’m sitting in a conference room in northwestern Thailand with a group of web developers from all over the world. We are working in English, but we have Amharic (Ethopia), Arabic (Egypt), French (Mali), Korean and Malayalam (India) speakers. As if it wasn’t hard enough, all of us are struggling to understand the computerese dialect called Drupal. I have a fresh sense of the excitement the disciples experienced at Pentecost. The gift of tongues must have been such a relief to those who had the job of teaching a strange, new belief system to people from many cultures with many different languages. Slowly, but slowly I am coming to understand this new web development platform, but a little devine intervention for my tired brain would be much appreciated.