Devotionals

Tragedy in Indonesian quake and tsunami bring back memories of hope in Venezuela

Tragedy in Indonesian quake and tsunami bring back memories of hope in Venezuela
As I have been reading about the terrible disaster following the September earthquake that destroyed vast portions of the Indonesian coastline along the Central Sulawesi province, I am reminded of a similar disaster which occurred along the Venezuelan coast in 1999. That mudslide killed at least 50,000 and left uncounted thousands more buried. I wrote about that event for Latin America Mission and remembered the signs of hope that Christian rescuers and relief workers experienced eighteen months after the Venezuelan tragedy.

Interrupted by God? Interrupted by God!

Interrupted by God? Interrupted by God!
By Kenneth MacHarg https://kensintrospect.wordpress.com/ “We must be ready to allow ourselves to be interrupted by God. God will be constantly cro...

I Messed Up! by Megan Crow

“I messed up,” she said, in a small, wavering voice.  It was the end of Sunday school and we were working on a maze.   “Don’t worry,” I told her, “...

First Encounters By Megan Crow

First Encounters By Megan Crow
Meeting people for the first time is often uncomfortable, don’t you think?  I don’t know your reasons, but I loathe the repetitive and superficial...

Bought With a Price

“BOUGHT WITH A PRICE" Excerpts from a sermon by Charles H. Spurgeon  " Ye are not your own: for ye are bought with a price: therefore glorify God ...

The Ugly Cry (part 1)

The Ugly Cry (part 1)
By Jessie Oliver    June 2018 https://elmundothewayiseeit.blogspot.com/

Gaining Ground

By Megan Crow  June 2018 About a month ago, I had the privilege to be one of the translators for a tactical police training.  A large group of acti...

Precious in My Sight

My niece is four years old. Blonde, blue-eyed, precious, full of giggles.  She is my treasure. Two days ago, at a tourist attraction, she ran ahead...

One car to love

One car to love
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One Another

One Another
By Megan Crow   I saw this painting briefly during a talk…and kept thinking about it so much that I searched for it online and saved it as the hom...