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Christmas Pies for All

Any publican perforce hears many a strange tale, but among the oddest to my reckoning is the grim story concerning what happened aboard Her Majesty’s Ship PHAROAH, a tale told for years in the Jack Staff and Anchor, my family’s two-hundred-year-old pub in Plymouth.  2,640 more words


Missionary Update - Melanie Keeney

Luke 24:44-49

Due to technical difficulties, we are not able to post the recording of Melanie Keeney’s update on her missionary efforts in Papua New Guinea with Ethnos 360 (formerly New Tribes Mission). 34 more words


January Newsletter

Firstly, hello and welcome. If I haven’t yet spoken to you then I hope you had a lovely Christmas and wish you a happy new year. 645 more words


And so it begins!

Hello and welcome to The Little Red Duck blog!

My name is Kristie, and I’m “The Little Red Duck” — “Little” because I’m the youngest of my immediate family; “Red Duck” because my last name, Reddoch, sounds a bit like that.  999 more words


Sleeper Cars and Express Trains - Travel in Ukraine

How do we travel from city to city in Ukraine? Car? Train? Bus? Plane?

European travelers often prefer the railway system, and people in Ukraine are no exception. 1,100 more words


7 Months in Finland

“A man’s heart plans his way, But the LORD directs his steps.”

Proverbs 16:9 NKJV

“A man’s steps are of the LORD; How then can a man understand his own way?” 817 more words


A Little Bit About Me

I realized, though I am telling my story, I really haven’t shared too much about what makes me me. I’m feeling inspired by a friend who just shared a bunch of random stuff about herself on her blog, so here goes my attempt. 707 more words