Thank You for All You Do

“Thank you for all you do!”  Her voice was quiet and sincere.  I looked behind me for the person she must have been talking to.  The formal gowns I found in her secondhand store were being shoved into a big plastic bag.  The ticket was miniscule compared to the price… Continue reading

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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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The Cry for Him

Human hearts cry for stuff. Some cry for social things and relationships. Some want a king. Others want to be the king. The clamor of human affairs marches on. But who cries for the Almighty? Contrary to the popular naturalistic theory that we came from the eons of evolution and… Continue reading

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Do You Command the Morning in 2020?

The morning on the foggy marsh was quiet. While the sun was above the marsh grass on the far side of the channel, it was still partially hidden behind a group of pines, so golden orange crepuscular rays developed where the sunlight managed to get through the trees. I rediscovered… Continue reading

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2019 Review and the Road Ahead

We have completed a year-end review and this is the report. There are significant actions and challenges that lie ahead. For followers and readers: we invite you to the link below that you may read the report for yourself. The report is in a PDF original file that you can… Continue reading

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The Milky Way and Starry Foolishness

I slipped out of bed to look out the window on a November night. The stars were bright and steady. As I gently spoke of their beauty to my sleeping Bride, she stirred then rose quickly to take a look for herself. With bed robes and jackets on top to… Continue reading

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