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Missions Monday – The 10/40 Window
Where is the gospel needed most? Well, everywhere, by everyone, always. However, there is a strategic way of looking at the places in the world where the gospel has yet to be shared or that has very few believers altogether. This is the 10/40 Window. The Joshua Project is an very helpful site for the pulse... Continue Reading →
A Brave Boy Named Bill
Check out this awesome story of Bill, a young man who has impacted my life in a huge way in the short time I’ve been at Willowbrook. So cool.
Last week, I mentioned a student who would miss our recital because he would be having surgery to remove a suspicious mass. The final diagnosis came today … that student, Bill, does have cancer but the doctors are sure they caught it early, say he only needs two rounds of chemo and are confident of a complete cure.
Hearing this news takes a little of the sting away … at least it will just be two treatments, at least he will recover completely. Thank you to all of you who reached out to me after the last post, expressing your support of our organization, our students, our volunteers and the families who have suffered tremendous losses this year.
I’ve been working on two other posts for this week – a recap of our gloriously amazing recital on Saturday afternoon and another on our “Next Step”…
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When Spinning Chaos Comes
When spinning chaos comes we hide, sigh A wake of folded, crumpled memories left behind In piles of mangled metal, wood, brick and mortar Mud stained clothes and toys Strewn photographs, trees and tears litter Where structure stood. When spinning chaos comes we have relief As Grace tracks it away from our street Sparing some of loss... Continue Reading →