Monthly Archives: September 2010

Interceding for Georgina

The girl I mentioned in my  Lost and Found blog, Georgina, hasn’t been around lately. She missed Wednesday prayer meeting and then church this past Sabbath. One of the second year missionaries said we should pray for her. Today, I … Continue reading

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Jesus’ Love

“Jesus loves you.”What a good thing to say! What a way to bring people to a saving relationship with a mighty and loving Savior. Can you imagine how people’s lives would change if only they knew Jesus loved them!? Problem: … Continue reading

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Lost and Found

“Younii. Runoieu ki Adara.  Quinceo ruw lingue neusune. Bucyt.” There is nothing like the feeling of incompetency when it comes to, well, anything! One never realizes how much communicating is taken for granted, until it’s no longer an option. I … Continue reading

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Anxious to Leave…sorta

What are you to do when the T minus 36 hrs hits you?  Well, here’s what my reality looks like right now. 1. Drinking orange juice. I’m thirsty, but mostly, OJ is pretty expensive over there! I’m beginning that nostalgic … Continue reading

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