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#WhyBible – Discovering God’s Love

(Guest post Author Paul Anderson, you might have seen his comments on this blog under Pop-pop) The Bible changed my life!  There can be no doubt.  It was in reading the Bible with my mother during morning devotions before I … Continue reading

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#WhyBible – The Sufficiency of Scripture

I (David) was recently reflecting on the sufficiency of Scripture and there are two verses that really had an impact on how I view the Bible and why it matters so much to me. Deuteronomy 32:47 NIV – They are not … Continue reading

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#WhyBible – Impact through reading

The Word of God has been part of my (David) life since I was a small child, going to church and being involved with different ministries the Word of God has always been there. I didn’t realize though until I … Continue reading

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Missionaries Smell Funny

This weekend I finished reading a book that was just recently released by a missionary serving in Papa New Guinea. I was first introduced to Chad Owens in 2008 when I was doing research on what it would look like … Continue reading

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Update

I want to thank everyone who has been praying for both my (DeAnna) health and Jonah’s health.  Jonah’s asthma is stable right now and we are so thankful for that.  I want to thank friends in the US who helped … Continue reading

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Gate Makeover

We returned for our second term November 28, 2012.  We moved into the home where we currently live, shortly thereafter.  Immediately we recognized a problem with the gate when we opened it for a car to enter.  It would drag … Continue reading

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Karate

We are in the midst of a Joint Learning Session.  What that means is three times a year homeschooled children and the children from the mission school come together in the classroom for a few weeks.  Our school year is … Continue reading

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