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Why do you still live? Yesterday was my gym workout at the park. It was excellent because I exceeded previous performances on everything. I even managed to sprint up a small but steep hill a few times; I’m trying to … Continue reading
My riding isn’t training. It’s how I play. Sure, I’ll push myself, but only because I want to play better, longer. I’m all about that sense of adventure and challenge. During the years I lived out in Choctaw, the eastern … Continue reading
By now my regular readers should understand that I have a renewed sense of calling. In particular, it’s an overwhelming sense that God has granted my request for one last mission adventure. What struck me so hard that day while … Continue reading
This is part of the wider message referenced in the previous blog post. Excerpt — In our study in Psalm 119, we’ve seen the psalmist use several terms to indicate the revelation of God. One of those words translates as … Continue reading
In terms of missions — addressing the world around us — we stand in the gateway of Noah. That is, we use the framework of Noah’s Covenant to address the broader needs of humanity. Sure, it complicates things when we … Continue reading