I’ve never pretended to have a knack for gardening. In fact, my experience has been quite the opposite. That being the case, when I was given a poinsettia plant last December, I expressed my concern to the dear lady sitting next to me. “Oh, honey, you can’t kill it,” she reassured me. Little did she […]
January started in full steam ahead. In the midst of taking care of all the projects that had cropped up over the holidays, I was also packing and planning for a trip to Colombia to visit my son Jamie and his wife, Maria. It was a refreshing trip. Flights went smoothly, there was plenty of time […]
As I traveled this summer, I shared the story of the Menya people, of the day when they became our brothers and sisters in Christ. What a day that was! It happened during the sixth week of teaching, when the missionaries came to “Cross Day.” This was the day they were going to present the […]
“Having lived for many years in a rustic tribal village, I can appreciate the sacrifices missionaries make to reach lost tribal people — people that many do not even know exist. And they feel privileged to do so. I know my late husband and I did.
Now God has given me the privilege to tell their stories— to tell God’s stories. Stories of the amazing changes that take place in lives when God’s message of salvation is comprehended in one’s mother tongue. ...