Josephine Makil was born in 1932 in Colorado. She studied at Otero Community College, An early interest in missions led her to study at Moody Bible College. She practiced Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship at Moody and met her husband, Gaspar Taqueban Makil (from the Philippines), there. In 1959 the couple was assigned as Wycliffe Bible Translators. … Continue reading Josephine Makil – Vietnam, Philippines, USA; served 42 years
I'll start this off my saying to my great-niece, Brittny … "Tag, I'm it!" LOL! She knows what I mean! Love you, BK! 51 years since the day that I was born. I must testify that it has been an amazing and wonderful thing to walk with Him; to talk with Him; to tell Him … Continue reading 51 ….
These lessons from 2018 are some that I learned; was reminded of; consulted others to do; or, keep on my living list. I pray that the list is a blessing to you! Read the entire Bible through the year. There are many plans to guide you, but just walk through the Word so that you … Continue reading Resolutions for 2019 based in Memories from 2018
Will your children and grandchildren understand why you trusted in the Lord? Will they know what He can do in their lives, because of what He did in yours?
Grateful to my friend, Pastor Terrence Autry, for sharing this with me A great worldview. This pastor, Greg Boyd, says "We need to enter incarnationally into the grief of one another." One way to interpret this is to say that we must weep with one another and deliberately try to enter in to what those … Continue reading Incarnational Love for One Another