Monthly Archives: March 2010

Dayton’s Sunday School Ruminations

Yesterday, Dayton was playing on the hammock and all of a sudden yelled, “Mom! You know what would be really good? . . . If we had the plague of flies and the plague of frogs at the same time!”

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A True Story

My mother-in-law just wrote about Alfonso, a believer in the church here in San Juan del Rio, who died last night.  His testimony is a real-life example of the effectiveness of the World Cup tracts.  He came to the Lord … Continue reading

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Get Your Tract Shoes On!

It’s that very special time again this year when soccer puts on the largest sporting event in the world: World Cup.  And with that event there is a tremendous opportunity for reaching the lost.  No, we don’t have to go … Continue reading

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40 Creeps Up On You…I Know

After our Sunday morning Bible study with Jason and Kristin, we celebrated Kristin’s 40th birthday.  She was a bit sad to have left the 30s but such is life on this earth.  I found these candles in McAllen last week…the … Continue reading

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Goofy Stuff

None of us had ever seen a Coca-Cola can of this size.  I couldn’t resist buying it even though I had two Cokes in the cooler!  It is a commemorative can for the upcoming World Cup.  I did my part … Continue reading

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Back From the Border

Thanks for praying as we traveled to McAllen, TX in order to attend the funeral of our co-worker, Dan Kendal.  He was only 71 years of age when the Lord took him home and the service was a fitting tribute … Continue reading

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BREAKING NEWS…Please Pray!

One of our older co-workers, Daniel Kendal, has been ill for well over a year.  In recent months he’d been struggling with failing health due to some complex tumors and issues that I didn’t quite understand except that his situation … Continue reading

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His Staff Became a Serpent (or is it the other way around?)

The monotony of our weekly routine was just killing me recently. So, as the principal of our local homeschool, “Grace, Mercy and Finish It Now!” Elementary/Middle School, Beth and I got the boys through their work as quickly as possible … Continue reading

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If… (some thoughts by Amy Carmichael)

If in dealing with one who does not respond, I weary of the strain and slip from under the burden, then I know nothing of Calvary love. If I’m afraid to speak the truth lest I lose affection, or lest … Continue reading

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Spring and Summer (Which Always Come Before a Fall)

I’m not sure what happened to spring this year.  This was probably the coldest winter we’ve experienced in Mexico in our brief 6 years here.  A couple weeks ago it finally started to warm up to the 70s and the … Continue reading

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