Monthly Archives: May 2011

Traveling Mandolin

Shortly before 11 a.m. yesterday morning, Rachel and I were delighted to spot our dear friend Lisa among the small throng disembarking from a Greyhound at the Oklahoma City station. After hugs and welcoming cries all around, Lisa stated that … Continue reading

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Accordance for iOS

Looking for a Bible study app that’s more than just a Bible reader? I’ve been using Accordance for iOS for quite a while, and love the convenience of taking my own personalized, annotated study Bible, along with a supporting library, … Continue reading

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Harp box

Last year at WorldFest, inspired by Dearbhail Finnegan, Susanna told us of her dream to play the Celtic harp. A few months later she took a big step toward that goal by acquiring the beautiful little harp shown below: The … Continue reading

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Happy Mother’s Day!

From my sister Laura: Happy Mother’s Day! As we heard this morning in church… this day celebrates all women. And I celebrate each of you always! Here is a link to that video that I made a few years ago … Continue reading

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Reading George MacDonald: Bookmarks

“But if you believe that the Son of God died and rose again, your whole future is full of the dawn of an eternal morning, coming up beyond the hills of this life, and full of such hope as the … Continue reading

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