Marriage Among Three

I presented a 90-minute session on relationships for 75 teachers at a convention for a federation of Christian schools. It is an important issue in the Philippines like it is an important issue in other places. Because of situations arising among students and cultural changes suggesting the goodness of all… Continue reading

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The Clamor for Peace

I rest next to my wife while aware of God’s peace. I watch her sleep soundly while children’s voices and the activity at our mission station continue unabated. We receive person after person around our little table to love them, and His peace is evident each time. We wake in… Continue reading

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Human Denigration

The picture below says it all, because this one or ones like it are found in Cambodia, Philippines, and the United States on various pages of science and history books for little ones through high school. The right hand figure is a man. It is a sketch that is not… Continue reading

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He Who Speaks

The morning started with cup of coffee and hearing my wife read a little testimony titled, “Angel at Ground Zero”. I normally start the morning in prayer and make my way to the Bible, where I am continuing my umpteenth trek through the Gospels. As my wife read the testimony,… Continue reading

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What A System!

The warm damp air and cloudy days had persisted for days. The night was different because stars could actually be seen, but there was so little time we only gazed at a few and retired. It was murky a week later but cleared enough for us to see Jupiter about… Continue reading

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Not Forsaken

Not forsaken. Little knocks come. A few seconds later they begin again. The sounds are door knob height from this small child who awaits my face to welcome her inside. “Drawing?” she asks with that upturned face towards my smile. “You want to draw?” I question. Her brows raise together,… Continue reading

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