On the way to his first mission assignment, a fellow team member suffered the loss of his wife and child. Shortly after arriving, a European nurse died and his own wife gave birth to a still-born child while still en route to Burma (present-day Myanmar). Two years later, another child, their first son, died. Three years … More They Were Made of Sterner Stuff
Thursday is for Discipleship The following is from Kairos Journal and I am delighted to pass it on. Not because I have mastered its suggestion, but because it happens to be something I have been studying this year and seeking to make progress in myself. I have a long way to go. Adoniram Judson served … More Making Time for Prayer in a Overly Busy Life
Weekend Links Some fun stuff, some provocative stuff, some upsetting stuff and some scratch your head stuff but all of it with the intent of helping us grow in the grace and knowledge of Christ. Can’t say I agree with everything but i found all of it helpful in understanding some of the issues … More Press Corps Enemies; Jon Stewart; national Debt, Abortion; Poetry, Politics and books; Homosexuality Issues; G.K. Chesterton
Weekend Musings and Quotes “When he began his mission in Burma, Judson’s original goal was to translate the Bible and establish a church of 100 members before his death. When he died 38 years later, he left behind the entire Bible in the Burma language, 100 churches, and over 8,000 believers when including the minority … More Weekend Quotes and Musings
Thursday is for Discipleship My love for my children, all four of them, borders on idolatry. I would die for them without even giving it a second thought. I am unashamedly proud of them, excited by them and their potential as well as their present. Their protection and joy, in many ways, has been my … More Hey Dad’s, How’d You Like to Give this Guy Permission to Marry Your Daughter?