Monthly Archives: June 2012

A Final Sunset

The conference runs to Saturday morning but we’re leaving tomorrow by noon so that we can see family.  It would have been nice to enjoy one more full day and night here, but life goes on.  The weather turned hotter … Continue reading

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Maranatha’s Got Talent

Our retreat held a small talent show last night.  Mercifully, it was quite short.  Glad to say it did actually come with some talent.  We started with a gentleman playing “Jesus Loves Me” with a saw.  The “winner” was a … Continue reading

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Time with Teammates

When we left Indiana last Friday, we drove up to Clarksville, MI (outside of Grand Rapids) to visit with one of our Camino teammates, the Smith family.  They left Mexico back in March for a home assignment so we’ve been … Continue reading

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A Walk on the Beach

Seems ironic that I am not a big fan of swimming but I do love the shore.  I like to hear the sound of waves and the squawking of sea gulls.  I like to walk on the edge of the … Continue reading

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Where the Wild Dreams Are

This is a wild and crazy story, but a true one. Today, we were driving from Clarksville, MI to Muskegon, MI for the week long Maranatha Bible and Missionary Conference/Retreat, and since the week was to kick off with a … Continue reading

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Summer Trip – Part 5 (C’s First Golf Lesson)

Shortly after our late evening arrival at my brother’s home this evening, Cameron received an impromptu, first-ever golf lesson.  My brother has been learning the game and was happy to show Cameron some swing basics in the back yard.  For … Continue reading

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Summer Trip – Part 4 (“The Face”)

This post really should have been with Part 2, but as I sit here in the darkness of my brother’s living room (everyone has gone to bed) trying to catch up on the blog and emails, I realized I didn’t … Continue reading

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Summer Trip – Part 3 (“Throwed Rolls”)

We drove a long segment today from Little Rock, AR to New Albany, IN (over 500 miles).  Somehow, we ended up stopping for a late lunch at a relatively famous restaurant that we had never heard of nor would we … Continue reading

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Summer Trip – Part 2

We shared a ministry update in Paris, TX this morning at Cornerstone Baptist Church. Our good friends and supporters Tom and Kim Van Der Schaaf and family were great hosts for our one night there. We’ve hit the road this … Continue reading

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Summer Trip – Part 1

Thanks for your prayers.  Our group made it safely through Mexico and into Texas on Thursday.  We did not encounter any violence and once again the drive was quite uneventful just as we prayed and hoped it would be. On … Continue reading

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