Last Sunday morning I hopped on an Air Canada Express jet to start the trip back to France after three great weeks back home. When I think of those three weeks, I am thankful for I experienced the hand, and faithfulness, of God once again. Isn’t that what having a living, current relationship with God all about… experiencing him afresh on a regular basis?! Continue reading
Another week has come and gone and with the weekend comes a chance for me to sit down and tell you about what God has been doing this week in our little part of western France. Are you ready? Pour yourself a cup of coffee and let’s sit for a few minutes. 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?
Liz & I spent a wonderful few days celebrating our anniversary in Paris, while our kids enjoyed a few days with friends about 1.5hr south of here. It’s rare for us to be separated, but it was good for all of us.
It was upon our return from Paris, on Thursday, that we found out about yet another Terror-related attack in France. Two radicalized young men brutally killed an 83 year-old priest as he officiated mass in a small church in Normandy.
Remember two weeks ago when I told you that we were heading up to preach in Melun and the Headquarters Church? Well from there we took a few days off and headed up to Liz’s parents’ in Belgium for a bit of rest & relaxation. We were there when we heard of last week’s attack in Nice.
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