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Making Biscuits and Saving for Missions

TC makes biscuits while Shannon feeds Possum’s new found friend a day’s loose change. It’s a new twist on Piggy Banks for Missions!

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Journaling in Distant Lands; A Bit of the Treasure

All sorts of wrong feelings run through my mind as I try to understand the life of the missionary. It is with good reason; I’m from America, and so are our dear friends, the missionary and his family. Because of … Continue reading

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Journaling in Distant Lands; Idle Idols

While preparing for a Sunday School lesson my thoughts return to the distant land where I hear my friend advise, “Be cautious how you judge what you see and hear while in this country. Journal what you see and reflect … Continue reading

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Journaling in Distant Lands; Comparing the Fields

In a time what seems long, long ago now, I found myself reaping the painful wages of a life of sin. During a counseling session, one of the only things I recall from them, the instructor challenged an answer from … Continue reading

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Journaling in Distant Lands; The Missionary

Thorns and thistles grow with no effort for the missionary stationed in a distant land. This isn’t something we westerners often brood over until we stand beside them; see and feel their struggle through the endless trial-some task of gardening. It is … Continue reading

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