Bible studies for writers

Bible studies for writers | Genesis 12

So, dear Abram is in Haran, where his father Terah took him, his wife Sarai and his nephew Lot to escape the horrible situation in Ur of the Chaldeans (Babylonians … sinful people). Terah had set out for the land of Canaan, which was cursed but still occupied by his relatives. He never made it,… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Genesis 12

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Bible studies for writers | Genesis 3

Enter the serpent. This short chapter describes a conversation that changed the entire world ... FOR.E.VERRRRR. Verse 6 starts out, “The woman was convinced.” Somehow, I don’t think Eve fell for the serpent’s sales pitch after only one short proclamation: of course, you won’t die, you silly thing! Mwhahahaha. Have you ever convinced anyone about… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Genesis 3

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Bible studies for writers | Genesis 2

Of the seven days, God declared only one as holy. Sometimes, as writers, we feel small, unnoticed - set apart. Remember, the very definition of holy is “to be set apart.” Next time you feel set apart in a lonely way, try to flip it around, and tell yourself you are chosen - just like… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Genesis 2

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Real-life stories from our family's adventures in Thailand.

Featured image: Gulf of Thailand off the southern coast of Sihanoukville, Cambodia
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PADI Diving Adventures & Writers Workshops

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Delta’s Response

Following is the letter I received from Delta. It arrived in my e-mail inbox at 11:51 p.m. (Bangkok time) June 23. Hello, Thank you so much for reaching out to us about your daughters when they were traveling alone over the weekend. I am a Customer Solutions Specialist in our Corporate Offices and I’ve been… Continue reading Delta’s Response

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Hey Delta, Glad My Kids Are OK Because Your Rep Ryan Davis Is Not

(I feel I should edit this a bit for clarity regarding the paragraph about the chaperone. The paragraph below, regarding the chaperone, is worded poorly, and I apologize. My intentions were not to make something seem like it is not. I was aware of the chaperone policy of China Southern. China Southern does state that… Continue reading Hey Delta, Glad My Kids Are OK Because Your Rep Ryan Davis Is Not

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Braving Bangkok: Reporting for Duty

Bangkok. Wow, it’s different. Chiang Mai was a “small” city of three million people, or at least that’s how I came to view it after living there for nearly three years. Bangkok. Not so much. Everything you read about Bangkok is true. It’s big. It’s busy. It’s really warm. Wait. It’s monstrous. It’s crazy. It’s… Continue reading Braving Bangkok: Reporting for Duty

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Fundraising Time

Greetings! CURRENT HAPPENINGS Our art and film schools are entering Week 5 with eight students from five nations. Students studied cross-cultural communications and ethno-arts together the first three weeks. Film students then studied photography last week and are learning scriptwriting this week. Art students are studying beginning and advanced drawing. Each student will take these… Continue reading Fundraising Time

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Our Week in Udon Thani

I wanted to share some photos from our outreach to Issan in northeastern Thailand. This was the first mission trip many of our students have ever taken. It was a great week with a full schedule, and I was honored to see our students step out and step up to share the Gospel. God was… Continue reading Our Week in Udon Thani