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Working Alone

“I work alone!” Mr. Incredible

This Summer we can hardly wait to see The Incredibles 2. Okay so we’re grandparents but hey we’ve watched every kid movie for the last 16 years thanks to our 7 grandchildren! 216 more words

Daily Devotion

What Kind of a Convention is the Southern Baptist Convention? Thoughts on My First Annual Meeting

I have been a part of the Southern Baptist Convention for all of my life. But I don’t think I’ve ever known what it means to be Southern Baptist until this past week as I attended my first Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting. 968 more words


For Everything There Is a Season...

The month of June is a month of transition where we pray for Norman and Karen as they move to St. Paul’s UMC in Staunton and as we welcome Yunho and Joungwon Eo to Laurel Hill.  21 more words

Upcoming Event

Trust and Partnership – A Recovery Program for the SBC

The Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) needs a recovery program.  Followers of Jesus, including those who lead, are not exempt from addiction to power, money, and sex, and we have been reminded of this with jarring frequency over the past few weeks and months.  1,951 more words

Clean Water - What I Take for Granted

Water.  Or to be more specific, clean water.  One of the amazing things I take for granted every day.

I am visiting my daughter in Sierra Leone, Africa.  522 more words


First Deputation Experience

Ánderson and I experienced our very first deputation, which is a time when missionaries connect with churches and speak about missions in different venues. It was an awesome experience of broadening our network of partners and helping the churches learn more about the work that is happening in Japan and the Asia-Pacific region where we serve. 1,299 more words


My apology to those I never got to know

I want to apologize to all the missionaries. As a child I didn’t understand really what you did except live in a place I had never been and I knew that sharing Jesus with people was part of what you did. 1,106 more words

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