An Uncluttered Life

Our culture feeds on a frenzied schedule.  Our cluttered lives spill over into our closets and drawers, corners and vacant floor space.   Our closets are full of stuff with stuff behind our stuff – we are not even sure what is there, drawers are filled with things we no longer use, empty floor space is […]

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Honduras Journal-Day7- Milk & Cookies

5:00 am The hospital experience, yesterday, did not leave us stunned for long.  Right after lunch, heads spinning or not, smiles lit up our faces and arms were opened wide to greet the children with the Milk Project. The Children’s Team rallied a third time to lead in songs, the interactive bible story and the craft […]

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Honduras Journal-Day6-Stunned

No amount of preparation could adequately have equipped us for this morning’s experience.  We began the morning in our usual fashion, after breakfast we had a devotional time.  This morning led by the Cahill family.  Then we received our instructions for the day.  Today was to begin with a visit to the pediatric ward of […]

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Honduras Journal-Day 4-Safe

5:00 am I awoke this morning to the rooster crowing literally outside our window. It was 5 am, but still dark outside because we were up on the mountain.  I found myself curled up into a ball similar to the position I had fallen asleep in and the position I had tried to maintain all […]

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