Journey Update: January 2020

A new decade is upon us! The year 2020 is here and a lot has happened in the last ten years—some good and some bad. It seems the world is a little crazier now than then. Tens years ago, there were many things in our culture that was not acceptable but now is celebrated. The scripture describes our time quite well, “Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil; Who put darkness for light, and light for darkness; Who put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter” (Isaiah 5:20 NKJV)! People’s attitude toward sin changes like the wind but God and His Word does not change. Truth is not fluid.

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Journey Update: October 2019

Featured photo:  This is in India where we help about twenty poor widows with food each month.  This is in one of the village churches at the food distribution.

Here in Alabama, the calendar says autumn, but the thermometer says summer; however the weatherman is promising cooler weather soon. One day on my weather app it was warmer in Alabama than it was in Haiti—that doesn’t happen much!

One of the heartache’s of missions, as in life, is to see people you love suffer.

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Journey Update: August 2019

The old timers would say we are in the dog days of summer.  I have heard this all my life and envision lazy hound dogs seeking a cool shade under an old farmhouse porch.  However, the “dog days” of summer goes back to Roman times when they associated the star, Sirius (Dog Star) with the hottest days of summer.  It is during this time the tilt of the earth causes the Northern Hemisphere to be the hottest time because our hemisphere gets a more direct hit of the sun’s rays.

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Journey Update: July 2019

This month is the 25th anniversary of Pathway Outreach Ministries.  I paused today and thanked God for His voice of calling and His hand of blessing.  It has been truly twenty-five years of miracles and we are still praying and expecting more.  We are also so thankful for those of you who have helped us during these many years.

I just returned from Haiti and I had a good and safe trip but it was the most dangerous time I have ever traveled to Haiti.

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