The Power of Pressing On Anyway

Tuesday, September 20th, 2016

One of our sons called home from college and mentioned an introductory course he was taking in a foreign language. He had gone to the professor and asked him to call on him more often in class, because his spoken language wasn’t very good yet and he wanted to get better. It’s a refreshing thing to…
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What Should the Coaches Told Not to Bow Their Heads Do?

Monday, September 26th, 2011

When Daniel was told not to pray, he knew he faced being thrown to the lions. When Christians in Tennessee are told not to pray, they may face a lion of a different kind, the unemployment “lion.”

Recently in Westmoreland, Tennessee, four high school football coaches bowed their heads during a student led prayer at a game.

Please Pray for Katie

Monday, January 25th, 2010

Dear Friends, As many of you old friends know, our baby Katie has an electrical problem in her heart – when we found it when she was two weeks old, her heart rate was 278 beats per minute! We nearly lost her, but God graciously spared her life. Tomorrow she is having a dangerous, but…
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Husband to the Rescue

Wednesday, January 13th, 2010

The husband of an aid worker in Haiti drove a hundred miles in answer to his wife’s call for help, then dug her out from underneath a foot of concrete rubble.  The Associated Press story is here. One does wonder where the men in the neighborhood were.  A hundred mile drive in Haiti isn’t like I-95…
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Urgent Prayer Request for Hal

Friday, December 11th, 2009

Dearest Friends, I didn’t think I could bear anything else right now, but my loving Father had a different plan and though I can not understand it, I accept it from His hand and trust Him to bring us through it. I told some of you earlier this week about Hal’s pneumonia and Katie and…
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