Author Archives: David

The Great Eclipse, Charlie Brown

If you live or tune into news in North America, you have probably been bombarded with the Great American Eclipse news for several weeks now.  Today was the day…August 21, 2017. I will admit, I didn’t get as excited as … Continue reading

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Cameroon Near and Far

The last blog shared how we originally thought we would be in Cameroon for a long time, but things changed.  It was hard to leave because it felt like we weren’t following through and that a door was being closed, … Continue reading

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Change of Plans

When our family left for Cameroon in 2009, we thought that would be our new permanent home.  David and I truly thought we would be Cameroon at least until the boys were ready for college.  When our health declined and … Continue reading

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Joyeux Anniversaire

How is it possible that he’s 14! Below are some fun facts about this incredible boy/young man. He’s lived on three continents. He can understand fluently in two languages, but will only speak in one. He’s shy and can stay … Continue reading

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Four Decades

Well, I’m officially 40 years old!  To some of you it’s a surprise that I’m only 40, with my skunk hair and all. I had this big idea that I would come up with 40 tidbits (words of wisdom) for … Continue reading

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Polish

Yesterday at church there was a woman visiting who was from Poland.  She doesn’t speak much English, yet she came to our suburban church to worship.  After the singing and announcements, Pastor Roger took his place to begin the message.  … Continue reading

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Renewed Fervor

Lately I’ve felt a renewed fervor in my role.  Sometimes when you work with many details and personnel issues, one can get a bit bogged down, however, lately I’m thankful that I’ve been seeing how privileged I am. I get … Continue reading

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