Great news! The missing wallet, along with the SDcard with all our last video recording session HAS BEEN FOUND!
All we recorded on our last session on November 28th has been reported as intact. The recording session is now backed up.
Thanks be to God, and to all of you who were praying!
As I witness with loving, fatherly eye the challenges my daughter faces every day in parenting my two extremely adorable grandchildren (Ah, but they can be handfuls!), I have been reminded of the unrivaled power a godly mom may have in the molding of our future men and women of God. As an encouragement ESPECIALLY for my dear Danika Delello (who is doing such a phenomenal job!), but also for her big sister, expectant mommy Carissa Joy, for Karen Ziegler Richards, the mommy of
So, no . . .
The disc with our five hours of ASL video recording on it still has not been found, now that most of the snow around Lynchburg has melted.
The student intern has graduated and has left the area. I have not spoken to him directly, but assume that his wallet, with what was supposed to be our final studio time in it, is as “lost and gone forever” as Jimmy Hoffa, Amelia Earhart, My Darling Clementine, and so many other casualties of the Bermuda Triangle.
Thought this might be an encouragement to any who suffer from occasional or chronic depression. Written by Pastor Robert Cosand of Bethel Baptist Church; St. Clair Shores, Michigan. THE BENEFITS OF DEPRESSION
Lessons from the life of Charles Haddon Spurgeon C. H. Spurgeon (1834-1892) is often referred to as the 'prince of preachers'. He was, without question, the premier preacher in England in the nineteenth century. For 38 years he was the pastor of only one church, Metropo
Thrilled to be associated with these dedicated servants of Christ.
God used this man, Pastor John Wyble, to plant all six of the Deaf churches referred to in the video clip.
God can reach the unreached any old way He pleases.
But I believe if the deaf are truly going to be reached with the Gospel (at a whopping 98% unreached, they are the “largest unreached people group on the North American continent”), it is going to be predominantly through Deaf believers reaching out
I have a friend, a former pastor and strong believer in Jesus Christ, who says for two whole years after the death of his teenaged son he couldn't focus his thoughts enough to even read a book.
Especially heart-rending when you realize how the right reading materials have been so key to helping so many through the grieving process!
The gurus of grieving tell us the second year is often even rougher than the first, particularly for the father. Reason being, he spends the fi
Prayer needed, please.
A student intern lost the disc with ALL the signing we had video recorded on Wednesday, November 28, for our video ASL version of "Growing in Grace."
All four of our deaf signers were there, which was a real challenge, as far as scheduling. It was our most productive videotaping session so far; everyone worked really hard and we had finished the book.
The intern lost his wallet in the snow during our recent, rare Lynchburg snowstorm, and the disc wa
Utterly entranced by Lindsey Stirling’s “Carol of the Bells.” Can’t help but think of how Levi would have absolutely loved her version, and how I would give anything to hear him practice and eventually master her arrangement himself.