Monthly Archives: May 2016

Thankfulness In All Situations – Lessons Learned In An Eritrean Prison

How do you react when things don’t go your way? Do you grumble and complain? Does your face grimace to reveal your displeasure? Do you become angry and snap at those around you? Or do you do all things without … Continue reading

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Look for God and You Will Find Him

What is the first image that comes to mind when you think about God? Do you picture a loving father who welcomes His children with open arms or is He more like a fickle spiritual being somewhere out in the … Continue reading

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Disciple is Spelled With an “F”: A Diagnostic Rap For Those Engaged In Ministry

This month Dr. Foley and I celebrate the college graduations of our two youngest children, both of whom will be headed to seminary in the US this fall after interning with Voice of the Martyrs Korea over the summer. Typically … Continue reading

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