Thursday was our assigned day to work in the kitchen at Luseland Bible Camp. This week is the senior teens week. A great bunch of kids, just over 20 registered. Lunch was pizza, supper was BBQed hamburgers. Morning breakfast even … Continue reading →
That was the title of a blog I wrote two years ago. We met with two missionaries and planned ways to link with them in their work in Japan. The thinking is still ongoing, but the progress seems small. We … Continue reading →
Well, I just heard that Dad is probably being transferred to Rosetown today. He ate well this morning. I guess they figure he’s good enough to ship down the road. And we’ll be glad to see him a little closer!
This afternoon I had the great privilege of joining a group of seniors for “coffee”. One of our loved seniors had been living in a rural manor a ways from Kindersley. Doreen has just returned. So, party time!! The selected … Continue reading →
He looks good! There is some color in my dad’s face and his mind is thinking well. Some nausea, but that can be expected after surgery. Yesterday I drove to Saskatoon in the late afternoon and spent about an … Continue reading →
Recently Paul Young, writer of “The Shack”, spoke at my brother-in-law’s church. I picked up the podcast and listened to it. When Paul was at Canadian Bible College (same time as my wife and I), he was a great storyteller. … Continue reading →
Word from my sister. Dad is out of surgery. Wasn’t a long one. And he is doing well.
Just one of those quick posts! Dad just headed into surgery around 6:30 pm. Hopefully we’ll have news in the next few hours. Let’s see tomorrow how things are going! … Continue reading →
My son and I took a quick trip into Saskatoon Saturday night. We visited with my dad at the Royal University Hospital. They were just in the process of moving him from an emergency bed to a regular room (5603). … Continue reading →
How do you define imagination? Today I heard a marvelous approach — slipped into a commencement address at Harvard given by J.K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series of books (this is not a blog on Harry Potter — … Continue reading →