The One Who Loves People

Nu kör vi... (That's "Here we go..." in Swedish--thank you, Google Translate. 🙂 ) Gladys Aylward was born in London in 1902. She felt strongly called by God to be a missionary in China, but unlike most women who went to China at that time, she wasn't highly educated or trained in a useful vocation such … Continue reading The One Who Loves People

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A Strange Brand of…Something

Christian films can be just as dicey as Christian fiction, only more so. To be clear, I'm not talking about Christian-themed movies made by major studios necessarily, but movies made by Christian film companies. I've never held with the idea that as a Christian I need to champion Christian films just because they're Christian. Personally, … Continue reading A Strange Brand of…Something

Iron Sharpens Iron

It's spring! Well, kinda. I know a lot of people are still getting wild and crazy weather, but what can you do? Happy Easter or Passover to those who celebrate them, and I hope everyone's having a great month so far. My son has another four days of Spring Break as of today, and we've … Continue reading Iron Sharpens Iron

A Tale of Two Hiding Places

I don't know about you guys, but my bucket list seems to get longer all the time. I have managed to check off some of the items, like seeing the Ruby Slippers, meeting Bryan Duncan, or climbing around inside a B-17. Other things are real long shots, such as handling a genuine First Folio or … Continue reading A Tale of Two Hiding Places