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Journaling in Distant Lands; An Intro of Sorts

“Welcome to Dakar! We’re so glad you are here! Can I be of any assistance in your working your way through our user-friendly Customs agency? Isn’t our easily followed signage impressive? Would you care for a cup of coffee while … Continue reading

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Journaling in Distant Lands; A Lack Thereof

I am chomping at the bit (see my wife if you don’t know what that means). There is no greater desire for me right now than to share with you all that was experienced in our trip to Senegal. With … Continue reading

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Journaling in Distant Lands; Forsaking the Camp

For my merciful guests, by that I refer to those willing to read from my inferior offerings here at RIHG, many of the content future posts will include extracts from an adventure recently afforded me by a loving congregation seeking … Continue reading

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Crossed

V, I’ll call him. Read carefully because you may meet him one day too. The first time I met the man, I just knew there was no way on earth I could like him. He is a very set in his … Continue reading

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Supernatural or Superficial

“A superficial approach to Christianity always results in a spectator mentality in the church.” “However, if Christianity involves supernatural regeneration whereby the God of the universe reaches down his hand of mercy into the depths of our souls, forgives us … Continue reading

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