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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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  • 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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  • The Name Game

    “First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes a baby in a baby carriage.” No longer a childhood chant on the playground, for me, this rhyme is a reality. My husband and I found out we were pregnant over Easter weekend. Praise God! Now we are …

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  • Sole Survivor, Sole Savior

    Perhaps you’ve heard of the recent news about an airplane crash near Chanute, Kansas, that claimed the lives of four young adults and spared the life of one. Hannah Luce of Garden Valley, Texas, was the sole survivor. She is the daughter of Ron Luce, …

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  • More than Enough

    While attending a familiar church service, I was a bit surprised when in the midst of the Sunday morning routine my heart whispered, “I want more!” I had experienced the “more” my heart was craving, but it was 8,000 miles away in a dusty building …

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  • Looking Back…and Sponsoring On!

    How easily we can recall a story that’s so close to our hearts, even if it happened years ago in a country that is 8,000 miles away. Meet some of our very first sponsors: Jonathan and Jennifer Jenkins. In 2003, the young couple from Bluemont, Virginia, embarked …

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  • Stretched and Surrendering

    Going a mile a minute is not the most ideal situation. I think the faster I move the less I am being moved. Sure, I am getting more done, but efficiency becomes my motivation. I’m constantly looking ahead at the next project, house chore or …

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  • The Joy of the Lord is their Strength

    Why travel across the world to care for the distressed when there’s plenty of suffering in our own hometown? You’re not the only one who’s asked the question. I’ve long held the belief that we should take care of our own before venturing across the …

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