Monthly Archives: January 2018

Some Thoughts on Accountability

We talked about accountability today at church. It makes me think of my cute little neighbor back when we lived in Colorado Springs in the mid-nineties. He must have been just three years old when he came to visit and … Continue reading

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A Heart-Warming Surprise

In the 1970’s my father started a Bible school in the city of Huancayo, Peru. It turned into Bethel Bible Institute. One of the students was Julio Rojas Flores. In the 1980’s the Shining Path terrorist were attacking the area … Continue reading

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Service and Obedience

Half of January is gone. I feel like I’ve lost a big piece of 2018. I like to start the year with my theme, but we don’t rule over unexpected things that happen. As you know from my previous blog, … Continue reading

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In Memory of a Beloved Father and Friend

Father, daddy, friend, hero, pappa, papito… they say in Sweden that a dear child has many names. My world is empty; I don’t have the man who shaped my life anymore. He was not just my Dad. He was my … Continue reading

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