One of these days I’m going to sit down and make three lists. One will be a list of all those things I have done that have been right and good. Another will be a list of all those things I have done that have been so unreasonable, foolish, and wrong. The third list will … Continue reading The Simplicity of being a disciple and where I got it wrong.
If you have ever wondered what it’s like to worship and pray with other followers of Jesus in another part of the world you will enjoy this link. You may even hear a guy that sounds like me preaching Cenfuego Prayer Service Continue reading Prayer Services With Our Haitian Brothers and Sisters in Dominican Republic
Today begins the journey from Minnesota to The Dominican Republic. This is the first time I’ve ever left the USA. So, how did it begin? Last summer Jean Paulite preached at the church I serve. Jean is a pastor from the Dominican Republic. He is originally from Haiti. He works with and equip s pastors … Continue reading Following South…Way South
The Day’s Closing Thoughts: I’m consumed by it. It seems every time I turn around I’m drowning in it again. I can’t escape it. I can’t run from it. Every time I think it has left me it shows up again. I fight against it. I try my hardest. I try to muster my strength … Continue reading Inescapably Consumed
Don Lee was a man of few words and that is okay, because the wife whom he dearly loved has plenty to say. Diane loved Don and she still glows with a twinkle in her eye as she says, “We were really quite opposite of one another.” Don recognized they were different and apparently loved … Continue reading Don Lee
I met Jerry Lee Muse in the late fall/winter of 1992. He showed up with big hair to pick up the little ball of energy named Alexandria Lee Muse. Alex was 3 years old. I was a whole 19 years old starting my second year of college. Little did I know that Alex was going … Continue reading My Promise to Jerry Lee Muse
Over the past 4 weeks we have witnessed hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes and flooding wreak havoc in this world. Those were just the natural disasters. There is also war, oppression, injustice, and the clash of ideologies that leave the marginalized as “collateral damage,” while gunshots and shouting echoing through the streets of this world. Those are … Continue reading Wait for it!