Plymouth-Sorrento SDA Church
Into All the World
The Key to Power
I’d been having trouble with my 13-year-old car. A sympathetic person loaned me his car while mine was being repaired.
Everyone warned us. The Philippines is hot. It is humid. Living in the Philippines is a lot different than living in Los Angeles. Everyone warned us. The Philippines is hot. It is humid.
My dog is faithful. He is always glad to see me. He wags his tail and follows me around when I’m home.
While in the Marine Corps, I spent some time in Africa conducting missions in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
Redeeming the Years
As I send another baby gift to one of my children’s friends, I am amazed that we are now entering this phase of life. I am not yet a member of some of my generation’s elite club known as Grandparents.
Looking back on my childhood, I now realize I was a somewhat mischievous kid. During the summer months especially, “our gang” of neighborhood children would circle around on our bikes playing “doorbell ditch.”
Children Do Listen
If you have been a parent for any length of time you know that kids will make you look bad every time. Whether it is the baby proving you wrong when you say, “Come look! She just rolled over!”
The Porch Cover
The cover over the front porch is ugly! Why did we spend hard earned money to have it built? These thoughts tumbled through my mind as I looked back at the house on my morning walk.
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