Food for Thought

Literally one of the last things we did in the States before returning to Thailand was attend a preacher’s conference. What a delightful time of fellowship, good preaching, and for …

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Arabella Grace “Yielding to Prayer”

At the end of April, we welcomed a beautiful baby girl into our family, just one day before her big sister’s birthday. We marvel yet again at the miracle of …

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The Story of Aggie Hurst

The following story I have seen a couple times on Facebook. I did some research and from all I can tell, it is true. I share it with you to …

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Transition Blessings

Hello from our home in Mae Sai, Thailand! Yes, we’re home after a very blessed journey! Go grab a cup of coffee and we’ll have ourselves a little chat. ☺️ …

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Homestyle Thanksgiving: Part 2At Home

Blame it on busyness or a myriad of things … but the fact is, it has been a LONG time since I’ve written an article for Grace and Honor. In …

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Phantom Pain

Perhaps you’ve heard of the term mirror therapy. There are many different uses for it in the world of rehabilitation. Often with an amputation, for example, it is used to …

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Am I Privileged?

Right now a phrase that we hear floating around is “privilege”. Main Stream Media tells us that we are privileged because of the color of our skin. We are privileged …

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Forever Loved

Taken from notes I used for a recent Valentine’s Day ladies meeting – We are forever loved by God. Forever: for all future time; for always; continually Love: feel deep …

The Earnest of Our Salvation

I started reading in Ephesians 1 and came across one of my favorite verses. In light of the fact that we are buying an earthly house the truth of the …

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Surviving the Pandemic in South Africa

2020 – The year everyone wanted to end. For most, it could not get over soon enough. Many said it was the worst year of their life. Others griped about …

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When You Cannot See the Mountain

Our little city of Mae Sai has so many beautiful features it’s almost hard to accurately depict. You don’t need to drive very long outside the quaint city before you …

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Redeeming the Time

It’s been two months since we were “supposed” to return to what was to be the start of our third term on the field. Instead of transitioning back to the …

Roots

We are thankful the rains have started early this year in Southern Africa. After years of drought, consistent heavy rains are a reason to rejoice! I am thankful that the …

Letting Go

Earlier this year, we made a mistake in ordering the wrong size shoes from Europe. The price tag was a bit more than we like to pay for shoes and …

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Our New Home

Stepping out of the airport in Chiang Mai, my senses immediately verified that we were, in fact, home. The humidity, heat, and the distinct aroma of Thailand temporarily woke me …

She Loved Much

And behold, a woman in the city, which was a sinner, when she knew that Jesus sat at meat in the Pharisee’s house, brought an alabaster box of ointment, and …

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Fear Thou Not…

“Fear thou not; for I am with thee: be not dismayed; for I am thy God: I will strengthen thee; yea, I will help thee; yea, I will uphold thee …

Our Alabaster Boxes

I grew up in America at a time when an athlete who was put on camera would wave and say, “Hi, Mom!!”  The athlete usually didn’t have a microphone, but …

Don’t Wait for an Easier Day

This week is a transition week for my family. Yesterday we had our last deputation meeting and are now spending a week regrouping as a family: really focusing on refreshing …

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A Godly Heritage

Dear Ladies, As many of you know, I recently had to make an unexpected trip back to America for the funeral of my Dad. I don’t think anything can quite …