O Worship the King

Monday, March 22nd, 2010

Hal’s oncologist visit and chemo went very well Friday. His immune system was nearly twice as strong as it had been at the last visit! We are so grateful for your prayers, God’s mercy is the only answer. The doctor was encouraging and laid out the next steps for us: Hal will get chemo on…
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Cool Headed Dad

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010

Wow.  A dramatic story from Haiti – a father of two, trapped and seriously injured in a collapsed building, kept calm, treated his own wounds, improvised solutions to immediate problems, then wrote bloodstained letters of Christian counsel to his sons.  He was pulled from the wreckage after 65 hours. Writing the notes to his wife and children wasn’t…
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The Love of a Father and Mother in Haiti

Saturday, January 16th, 2010

This morning in family devotions we were talking about the love of God for His people. Explaining it to our five year old, I said, “Do you know how much your Daddy loves you?” “Oh yes!” she replied. “Does your Daddy take care of you and keep you safe?” She heartily agreed. “Well, God loves…
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The Last Man Standing

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

It’s been one of those weeks for our family. Actually, it’s been one of those years, but that’s a story for a different time. In the midst of Hal’s pneumonia and probable cancer diagnosis, three of the children recovering from surgery, three of the other children sick and getting sicker, our oldest son still at…
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The Ornament of the Year: Preserving God’s Working in our Lives

Sunday, November 29th, 2009

Christmas had always been a special time in both our families growing up, our mothers made many of the ornaments on our tree, we had certain foods that were always served, certain activities the family always did. Our first Christmas together after our marriage found us over a thousand miles away from our childhood homes…
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