Tag Archives: China

Remembering Beyond

Tweet My first day in the refugee camp in Sudan is seared into my memory: Scorching heat. Endlessly blowing sand. Flimsy lean-tos. The young girl who stared up at me and asked, “Are there trees where you live?” I smiled ad nodded. … Continue reading

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No More Poor Countries?

Tweet Good news!  Bill Gates says that in 15 years, there won’t be any nations on earth still classified as poor.  I would love to see it happen, but. . . really? When I was a child, there were three … Continue reading

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Most Recognized Words

Tweet Whenever I speak in another country, I begin by giving a few words of greeting in the local tongue.  In China, I didn’t do such a good job.  “Zao,” I said.  Good morning.  “Jian.”  Thank you.  But I just … Continue reading

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Gratitude #8: Gifts From God

Tweet But the fruit of the Spirit is love joy peace p a t i e n c e kindness goodness faithfulness gentleness self-control. Against such things there is no law. Galatians 5:22-23 (NIV)

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