A Little Volcano’s Touch

Within two days of the January 12, 2020 eruption of the Taal volcano, which is well within 50 km of our mission station at a Philippine ministry near Cabuyao, Laguna, there were ‘cries’ on the internet about its meaning. Some reports made the leap to link it to other eruptions,… Continue reading

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Rescue from Dengue Fever

I was healed from Dengue Fever between two and six days from an initial mosquito bite (or bites). The pivotal point was Faylene’s prayer for me on the July 13 that was immediately followed by a cessation of extreme stomach cramps and pain. Other symptoms left quickly. My platelet count… Continue reading

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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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