Monthly Archives: April 2007

Splits

  I preached last week in El Paso for Mike Acosta. It was a trip down memory lane re-experiencing the joys and travails of being a pioneer pastor. I could so relate to everything he was going through. Yet, he … Continue reading

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Heroism

  Here is a story about heroism in the midst of our latest national tragedy.   And Yet There Are Heroes It’s important to see heroism in tragedy, too.  A 77-year old Aeronautical Engineering professor who survived the Holocaust in … Continue reading

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Substitute Teaching

I am in El Paso this week to preach for Mike Acosta. This last week in Prescott I substituted at the local middle school and the high school. I should preface these comments with my only other teaching experience besides … Continue reading

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LA Preaching

  I have been in California the last two weeks preaching in West Covina and Covina. These towns border Azusa, from the famous Azusa Street revival and sit right beneath the San Gabriel Mountains. I am finding LA very refreshing. … Continue reading

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Uganda

I have wanted to give a report of my trip to Uganda. I had preached for Jim Raderstorf in Phoenix. He had been the last missionary for our fellowship in Uganda. We never had more than one missionary there at … Continue reading

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