Category Archive for: ‘Blog’

  • Give Hope to Orphans!

    Closing my Bible, I looked around the circle of kids that had gathered for our weekly study. “Can anyone give me an example of what God has done in your lives?” In the silence that followed, a soft voice speaks up. With tears in her …

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  • One in Christ

    It’s late, the rest of my family sleeps. An occasional rustling of pages cuts across the silence. I sit at the end of my bed with my Zambian photo album on my lap, devouring the pictures, reliving the memories. As I turn the page, a …

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  • To Zambia and Back…And Back Again!

    For Peter and Cheryl Greif, a trip to Zambia changed their life–a trip of spiritual awakening that would create a ripple effect impacting everyone they love. For Cheryl, the decision to travel across the world did not come lightly. Her daughters, Alyson and Brittan, were …

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  • The Value of a Letter

    A few months ago when I was heading to Zambia, my Bible study class was studying the book of James. They wanted to give towards the mamas and children and one Tuesday evening, all the items were given to me to take right before my …

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  • Church Camp Memories

    Memories of childhood summers warm my heart. Sights, sounds and smells range from picking shells along Galveston’s shoreline, getting carried away in the “Lazy River” at Wet ‘N Wild, and venturing off to Glenrose, TX, for church camp. Yep, that pretty much sums up my …

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  • My Destiny

    I would like to thank God for giving me this ability to write stories about what I have been through and what I have witnessed. May all the glory be to Him because He is more than worthy to receive the glory and honor. The …

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  • Why We Put Walls Up

    This summer I learned about walls being built. Not those ugly, figurative walls that we so often hear about. These walls were quite the opposite – beautiful, physical walls that God had instructed to be built by people of His Word, following His will in …

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  • No Longer Visitors

    Our mission team emerged from the old, blue bus into the Village of Hope community. The hour-long drive from Lusaka had molded our body parts to one another as we lurched over speed humps large enough to reduce even the most ambitious speed racer to …

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