Settling Hearts

The visiting young teens giggled at my gesture toward the man when I called him “gwapo,” their word for handsome. His eyes twinkled at me, his new bride of less than three months. When he left the house on an errand, their questions became more serious, “Your husband…before Sir Roland…what… Continue reading

Share

Angels, Aliens, and Demons

I regularly walk through the school at my mission station in the Philippines. Those walks remind me of who I am writing for and why. Since it was near the end of the school day and a break time, I stopped in one of the classrooms, which is also a… Continue reading

Share

Questions on Creation

I had question after question on biblical creation from children on my last visit to the Philippines. Since I have returned, it is the same. I have had people in the US stand around telescopes and I heard the same questions. A week ago I had impromptu observing with children… Continue reading

Share

Moving Forward with an Honorable Heritage

Yesterday was the one-year anniversary of the death of Linda Beard, my late wife. We had been married over four decades. During the middle of that period, Linda and I knew the Lawson family. We knew them so well that we spent regular time in their home or doing ministry… Continue reading

Share

Bottomless Love

After a series of events with children and staff in the Philippines during my last trip to the Institute of Foundational Learning, it was obvious to me that the Spirit of God put an expanse in my heart that was new. The term “unfailing love” or “love everlasting” became real… Continue reading

Share