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#NepalQuake - What We Can Do To Help

Photo credit: NBC News

It has been heartbreaking to read about the death and devastation arising from the 7.8-magnitude earthquake that struck Nepal – the worst in 80 years. 1,211 more words


Maddie {Ireland-Bound}: birmingham, al portrait photographer

From the first day I walked through the doors of our dear little church 2 1/2 years ago I thought she was one of the most gorgeous young women I’d ever laid eyes on.   280 more words



Simply put, Reykjavik is the third place that I’ve felt “at home.” Obviously, I feel most comfortable in the city where I grew up, and no matter how many times I move, Columbus, Ohio, will always be my hometown. 235 more words


The greatest missionary report in the history of the church

Most of us who have spent a significant portion of our lives in an evangelical, Bible-believing church are used to hearing missionary reports. According to the usual pattern of things, local churches give monthly financial support to many missionaries, and each missionary is expected to return to his supporting churches every four years or so to give a report of what he has done while serving as a missionary. 641 more words


Springtime Splendidness

Happy Saturday!

Here in Ohio we have a superb sunny Saturday, and all of the Spring flowers have started to shoot up! It is about 2 weeks until we will be leaving for Kenya (16 days to be exact, not including today), and we couldn’t be more excited! 494 more words


When Pornography Threatens a Nation

Last night, as my day was winding down an email popped up from my husband – PNG Tops Porn Searches on Google.

Working with Papua New Guinea since 2010, its something I’ve thought about regularly. 656 more words


1995-2015: Cambodia is still ripe for the harvest!

It’s been 20 years since Cynde and I and our four children arrived in Cambodia. By God’s grace we are continuing in this harvest field, and we want to thank you so much for making this possible. 697 more words