How not to feel alone in ministry

How not to feel alone in ministry

Doing this thing called life and ministry isn’t done alone.  Connecting with others and meeting new friends, along with existing friends like Charlotte in the above photo (this was taken in Kenya a few years ago) has been part of our week, which all bring me...
A little sightseeing

A little sightseeing

Chuck and I made it back to our hometown of Midland, MI this past Monday.  It was an uneventful drive, thank you Lord! We saw some beautiful sites, including the Grand Canyon and Sedona with our daughter Tarrin and the site of a meteor crater.  Our palates were...
Variety

Variety

A while back Chuck and I had the pleasure of visiting the Wildlife World Zoo Aquarium & Safari Park.  At first it was upsetting to see the beautiful wildlife in cages, tanks and enclosures but then I realized without (humane) ways of keeping animals, we as humans...

Bump in the road

Well I guess it was more than a “bump”, more like a full blown heart attack!  I’m not sure how many of you had heard, but Chuck had a heart attack on December 4.  He had to have emergency by pass surgery and had 5 by passes performed!  Thank God he...
Tuonane tena

Tuonane tena

We met with Bishop Oyugi and his wife Prisca, Faith (coordinator of the Juja grandmothers food program) and Rosemary (founder of Diversified Leaders) to chat the way forward….big plans!  May God grant us all wisdom on moving forward according to His will and...

Being reminded

I can tell we are getting close to leaving for Kenya because things are just not going smoothly.  I caught a cold a few days ago which is making me tired (and some might say cranky).  Satan is working on my brain too….failing to read things correctly (things I...

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