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The mustard pack was lying on the ground. It caught my eye. It called out to me, “Kyle, come over here.” I ignored it. Cindy saw me looking at it. She told me, “Stay over here.” It cajoled me, “Please, I’m just three feet away.”read more
In the moment, you rarely know what you have. I was watching the drama unfold through my camera lense. The Serval was on the hunt. Her body tensed. Her ears sharpened. Her eyes drilled down into the grass. Breathing stopped.read more
Life turns on words. While in Ethiopia, we encountered some real differences between our church views and the evangelical views of many in Ethiopia. Our deep differences rest on the translation of two different words: ”singing” and “dancing.”read more
We just got back from Dublin and I was so moved by things I got to see there that relate directly to our faith. I saw in the Chester Beatty Library the oldest surviving pieces of the New Testament. The picture is from the collection. They have part of the book of John from about 120 AD and almost all of the letters of Paul from about 200 AD.read more
We all need to unplug. The lights can burn too bright, the engine run too fast, and life can become unworkable. God built rest into our DNA—6 days on 1 day off. He built Israel as a nation with three “vacation weeks” each year (Tabernacles, Passover, and a series of other lesser-known holidays). He even built longer periods of resting the land and people (the year of Jubilee).read more
Is it “pavillion” or “pavilion”? The question came up this week as we were proof-reading a document. We had people on two different sides of the issue. Lines were drawn. Red pens were in our holsters. Evidence was obtained.read more
We got up very early to be on site very early. People were already waiting to register. People started to flow into the building and were excited about the conference.read more
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We arrived by a small plane, landing on a grass airstrip that is used once or twice a week. The pilot for MAF (Mission Aviation Fellowship) was from Canada and he was excellent. The touchdown was smooth and easy.read more