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Advent Week Two

The theme for this week is Joy and Hope.  “The commandments of the Lord are right, bringing joy to the heart.  The commands of the Lord are clear giving insight to life.” Psalm 19:8 (NLT) “What is faith?  It’s the … Continue reading

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Advent Week One

This week marks week one of Advent.  It seems so late this year starting in December and not November.  The Advent devotion we follow has the theme of Creation for week one.  I thought each week of Advent I would … Continue reading

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Joy and Sadness

Our last blog was full of joy and celebrating the Yambetta New Testament is certainly a time to celebrate, dance and be filled with joy. Last Saturday the Yambetta New Testament was dedicated.  November 25th is also David’s birthday, which … Continue reading

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Cameroon Night

Recently I was asked if I missed Cameroon.  I said that I miss many people, food items and the pace, but I don’t necessarily miss the daily life stuff that takes much longer to accomplish. Thursday night I had cleaned … Continue reading

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It’s a Small World After All

While David was interacting with others in Archie, Missouri (a rural town, population 1,200), a man overheard David speak French.  He inquired about David speaking French.  The two began a conversation and soon discovered that this other man had lived … Continue reading

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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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