BZM report: family matters and surgery, vacations and campaigns, local and global work. Continue reading
Our city always has some interesting facts. Today, an almost link to Moses.
About 20 cases of swine flu have been confirmed in our region, five in SJCampos. Continue reading
Our lives are about to change drastically in a number of ways, best I can tell. Some changes will bring hardship but growth; others, great blessing. Continue reading
While we tinker behind the scenes, I’ve had to put comments back requiring registration. I don’t know if that link is available on this theme, so in practical terms, that may be making comments impossible at this point. Continue reading
The church needs you. We don’t go to church to receive, but to give. The meetings of Christians follow the principle spoken by the Master that “it is more blessed to give than to receive.” Continue reading
The Lord welcomes us as we are, where we are, with our questions and doubts. And he has an answer for every question, a comfort for every doubt. So says this UPLift poem. Continue reading
Prayer for July 2009 –We invite the brotherhood to dedicate the month of July to the following petition:
The UN has designated July 9 as the International Disarmament Day . May Christians never give up their spiritual arms, necessary to win over the devil; and may they never make peace with those forces that would influence them to accept immorality or false teachings in their midst. Continue reading
There seems to have been some server issue; my last post, about my day yesterday, is missing. I’ve written our good host to find out what happened and if the post can be restored. This last one I wrote online, in the blog admin area, so I don’t have a copy of it on my computer. Here’s hoping. …
On the Bulletin Digest site, I share a few points of my visit with Charles and Jane Beebe, editors of the magazine, when I flew last month to Abilene TX. You can read that HERE.