Posts from July 2020

Longing for Home

It’s Monday night as I write this brief message.  Tuesday our plane leaves Des Moines, Iowa, and we make our long-anticipated journey home to Lebanon.  When Katie’s dad was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer back in February, and we rushed back to the US to be with him before he died, we had no idea it…

The Thief Walked Right Past Me

Last Sunday night I went shopping at a large clothing store—looking for some hats for Angela and Andrea in order to keep the hot summer sun off their faces. I browsed the aisles looking for the best option for the best price, of course keeping in mind what they would like. The store is a…

Your Vote Counts

It is a major election year in the country of my birth, the United States.  In November, the President of the United States will be elected, as well as the members of congress.  All of the politicians running for office desperately want people to vote for them.  I remember when I first moved to Lebanon back in 2016…

Making Friends for God

I am excited about the new Sabbath School quarterly that began this week. Pastor Mark Finley authored it, and it’s all about making friend for God! If you haven’t read this week’s lesson—be sure to do so soon, and keep studying it all quarter. I believe God will use this important book to remind us…