5 Missionary Do-Overs

Listening to experienced pastors and ministers give advice to young ministers is always an eye-opener. Too bad I seem to hear advice that was sorely needed long  after I too learned things the hard way! So here are some thoughts on my missionary career adventures and a few things I wish I could do-over. Missionary Do-Overs: […]

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Small Moves for Big Career Results

One of my earliest essays in junior high school was entitled Radio Astronomers Have Big Ears!  I still have a copy of it in my memories box after all the years. As a brand new ham radio operator at age 12, I loved electronics and amateur radio is still my hobby after over 50 years. […]

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Budding ain’t Blooming!

On my almost daily walk n talk with the Lord I enjoy seeing things in the great outdoors. One of my favorites is a scraggly (my dad would have said–leggy) flowering bush. This bush looks pretty sick most of the year with lots of bare branches and not too many leaves. It often is filled with promising looking […]

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Tips for Times of Turnover

Years ago I spent most weekends bass fishing. (yes, even Sundays B.C.) I totally wanted to become a professional bass fisherman and join Bill Dance and Jimmy Houston with a TV show and great outdoors lifestyle. This morning on my daily walk and talk with God as I passed by a retention pond and saw the […]

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What Has God Called You To Do?

Discovering what God has called one to do is the path to a fruitful life. You call  gives purpose that can provide the drive and energy which leads to a sense of accomplishment and fulfillment. Consider how God spoke to Moses and confirmed the call and purpose of the craftsmen that were to build the […]

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Letting Go Is Hard To Do

Ask anyone in the Sunday School class I teach each week and they will tell you–I love to share what God says to me when I am in my holy of holies, my shower. Today the Lord once again brought a smile to my face as he reminded me of one of the toughest things about […]

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