Pilgrim Traveler

As a child, my church had several choirs. The senior choir, which we called the "black robe choir," sang Black Gospel songs, the "white robe choir" sang classical Christian music, the "youth choir" sang modern songs, and the "children's choir" sang songs that were popular with kids at the time. The white robe choir was … Continue reading Pilgrim Traveler

Don't Worry … Be At Peace

The Coronavirus is a serious thing that we are all facing. Some are ill; some have passed away; MANY have survived it. The national news channels are not telling us that for every 1 that passes away, 20 survive. We are forgetting to tell ourselves that for any believer that passes away ... the truth … Continue reading Don't Worry … Be At Peace

Encouraged … believing the healing is coming

When dealing with this kind of healing - a situation where my salvation in Christ and my strong dependence upon the Father and my strong listening to the Holy Spirit is real - there is just no way for me to be in fear. My rules from the doctor in these first two weeks is … Continue reading Encouraged … believing the healing is coming

Peace, Faith, Thanksgiving

No matter what we face we can claim peace and hope AND we should give thanks from our hearts for what we know He’s going to do even when the now is unpleasant.

Enough?

As a missionary, I have had countless people ask what it was like to have plumbing with water that ran out; to have electricity that wasn't reliable; to have friends that were an ocean away. I was asked often how Lloyd and I started in Ghana with no team, no one to talk us through, … Continue reading Enough?