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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:
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 […]
I am an unofficial ambassador for the state of Texas. Texas doesn’t know it, but if you’ve read much I’ve written, you probably know it. My ambassadorship began as I learned of my Texas heritage—both sides of my family helped to settle the state. At the University of Texas I studied Texas history. In a […]
Children in North Korea and at Cru’s Orlando headquarters have something special in common. Both have playgrounds provided by Kids Around the World. Kids Around the World (KATW) is an amazing organization. Celebrating 25 years next year, the Rockford, Ill.-based ministry began building playgrounds after natural disasters and wars, in refugee camps and orphanages—wherever there […]
A few days ago I had the privilege of leading a global phone call of prayer for the growing genocide occurring in the nation of Cameroon. I had begun to follow the horrors occurring in that African country, but only as I prepared for the prayer time did the realities penetrate my mind—and my […]