Impassioned Truth

Views of gods are interesting. They vary from sticks of wood, to stone statues, to an unknown entity, to Nature, to religious sets of beliefs, to an indescribable something-out-there. It all comes home, so-to-speak, when people talk about origins, where they came from, and the notions of the day about… Continue reading

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Starting on the Run: Children, Biblical Creation Curriculum, and Training (July 2019)

Fruit is already showing from this mission trip, and there is a busy time ahead. While it takes a few days to get over switching sides of the globe, we set up our Philippine quarters quickly. Greetings from staff and children at the Institute of Foundational Learning started immediately. It… Continue reading

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Back in the Philippines

We are back in the Philippines. The word spread quickly from the moment the first child saw Deo’s vehicle pull through the IFL gate.  We were exhausted from the 23-hr. trip and the traffic-laden ride back from Manila, but adrenaline kept us unpacking. Little knocks began.  They needed to see… Continue reading

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Heart Call to Return

Unfathomable love runs deep, but it’s hard to explain. We recently had a lunch meeting among friends, but one person had come to hear an answer to a question: “Why on earth we would devote ourselves in such a way?” We told of personal encounters and the joy of knowing… Continue reading

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Declare His Works — Even in a Messed Up World

‘What is there to declare of God’s works? You say the Lord reigns, but it’s a mess around me! A good god would not tolerate all this evil. You say that he made us? It took millions of years for us to be who we are, and that is that… Continue reading

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