Monthly Archives: October 2013

Words

My schedule has been somewhat in upheaval this month for a number of reasons, so I offer you today a piece I wrote during in-patient rehab.┬áIt is good for me to look back and see how far we have come, … Continue reading

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Martin Lloyd-Jones

It has often been the case that those things I incorporate into our daily routine for the purpose of encouraging my husband turn out to be the very things that encourage me the most. God is kind to me in … Continue reading

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Waves of Change

Lately there have been some changes here on the home front. Not big changes, but good changes. It started when a friend of ours asked Strokeman if he would be willing to share his knowledge of creation science with her … Continue reading

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Keep the Old

One of the greatest catalysts to my parents going to Tukuyu, Tanzania in 1967 was the friendship they had with a couple who were serving in Mbeya, Tanzania. The Oliphints were friends from seminary days in Fort Worth, Texas, and … Continue reading

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On the Subject of Scars

“…and I ask you right here please to agree with me that a scar is never ugly. That is what the scar makers want us to think. But you and I, we must make an agreement to defy them. We … Continue reading

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