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Read my latest blog entries (below) or visit my blog, Kindling, to become a fireseed who will spread the holy flames of God’s love and forgiveness to people around you.
My Latest Blog Entries:
Using the Gifts God has Given Constance Padwick, Lilias Trotter, and Temple and Margaret Gairdner were contemporary British missionaries to North Africa. All were ahead of their time in their approach to missions. They were talented and creative, using these skills to proclaim Christ. Constance Padwick, the Writer According to Ruth Tucker, Constance Padwick (1886 […]
Because of his concern God sent Moses to deliver a clear message to Pharaoh: “Let my people go.” Can you hear the cries of God’s people throughout history? Through blood and white supremacy. Let my people go. Through frogs and slavery. Let my people go. Through gnats and black codes. Let my people […]
By the time he was eight, Charley Woodsby was contributing to the family farm in Spartanburg, SC, by milking cows, picking cotton, gathering blackberries. Within a few years he discovered he had a love and a flair for food. Stints in the restaurant business in New York and Atlanta and associations with Bill Darden and […]
It’s about the people in your life, you know. In 1963 I met Judy Moore. A staff member of Campus Crusade for Christ at the University of Texas, she became my primary discipler for the next two years. During that time she married Frank Kifer, who moved on from campus director to be a regional […]
“Jeedoo, it’s dark,” My grandson was spending the night. He whimpered, “I’m afraid of the dark.” After a few reassurances and a night light, he went back to sleep. I understand. I’m still a little afraid of the dark too. Just the other night my husband was gone and the wind was howling. Clouds cloaked the moon […]