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Spiritual Gifts in Volunteering

As Christians, we are all called to use our talents, especially in regards to helping others. However, we are not all called to the same ministries. 429 more words

Devotional

Back In the Days

I was a good student and by that I mean, I did no wrong and religiously adhered to all spoken and unspoken rules. I never spoke or interrupted a teacher, but one day, I was punished for speaking and disturbing the class. 523 more words

Strictly Personal Thoughts

The Adventurer's Guide to Successful Escapes

by Wade Albert White
First sentence: “At Saint Lupin’s Institute for Perpetually Wicked and Hideously Unattractive Children, every orphan is treated with the same amount of disdain and neglect.” 398 more words

Middle Grade

Meet the Children

On June 1, 2016, we met Pastor Douglas of Ritare Village in Ogembo Kenya.  In the care of he and his wife Damaris Osoro, 24 orphaned children from the area.   290 more words

Stories of Grace! God's Grace

Encouraged by Stories of God’s Grace

Every time I’m with Pastor Victor and Sol I come away encouraged by all the God Stories. The Lord is definitely on the move in Plan Libertador. 334 more words

Christianity

Proverbs 21:30

In a previous blog post I said that James 1:27 was my life verse and it is, but I think I (or God actually) have added another one to it. 829 more words

Yakutsk: A Tricolour Cake Meant for Orphans Was Eaten by Officials

Yakutsk government officials ate a tricolour-themed (a.k.a. Russian flag) cake, which was baked expressly for the Federal Flag Day celebration. Children from the local orphanage, seniors and all interested were invited to the celebration, yet only the officials got to have the cake, as they came before everyone else. 298 more words

Russia