First year Bible School Maëva Morvan is a dedicated Bible School student and member of the national headquarters church in Melun. Here you see her giving a devotional message during the daily chapel service. She is just one of the reasons that we are in France and glad to be part of growing the church here. Continue reading
You’ve already had a LOT to read from us this week, so I’ll keep today’s post relatively short. Continue reading
Hi there! Thanks for coming back to catch this last post in the Over & Above series. Today I’m going to tell you about the great family-building moments provided by our temporary stay in the country. Continue reading
So… what did you think of the special friend yesterday? Pretty neat huh?! Did you catch the video of it answering Timo’s call? That’s quite a cry!
Today, I want to back away from specifics and focus on the overall setting, before telling you, tomorrow, about some special family time. Grab a cup of tea or coffee (if it’s not already done) and prepare to relax! Continue reading
Yesterday I told you about all the furry & feathered friends that we looked after at our little French farm in the country, but I saved one very special friend for today. This is not your average farmyard fare… Ready to meet him? Continue reading
As promised yesterday, today I’m going to tell you about how we came to be at such an incredible little spot as well as some of the new friends that added to the experience. Continue reading
Today I’m starting a 5 part series on how, in living for and serving God, blessings come that are over and above those directly related to the work of the Gospel. We’ve experienced it once again and I want to share it with you each day this week…. are you ready?
Thanks for spending a few minutes of your day with me.
I’ll be quick as the week has been quiet. Continue reading
It’s been quite a week! On the outside looking in, it may not look like much, but dig a bit deeper and you’ll see that God has let us see his hand at work.
Above is a photo from Bible Study this week… but let’s start with last week: