A paradigm of joy and sorrow

Hello friends and family. Please accept my sincerest apologies for  my lack of recent articles.  Several factors prevented me from getting timely updates posted, but I am committed to overcoming these challenges and posting more regularly from here on out. As it stands, I have a few unpublished articles that I'll be posting in succession … Continue reading A paradigm of joy and sorrow

The Fifth Gospel

Stories from a Sheikh, a Texan, Wyoming, Africa and the heart.

2018: A year of HOPE

As I peer out over the uncharted waters of 2018, there are tempests and waves, darkness and thunder; but through it all stands a man to whom the winds and waves obey, who penetrates the deepest darkness and who embodies love and mercy. The times grow increasingly uncertain, the urgency of the hour is palpable; … Continue reading 2018: A year of HOPE

Lord help me, I married an Evangelist

Our whole family is intrigued with history.  So as to do something fun and largely unique to the western world, we decided to go to the Michigan Renaissance Festival this coming weekend. In addition to our typical homeschool curriculum, we've added classes on the Middle Ages, Renaissance and Knighthood. We've also been working on costumes, … Continue reading Lord help me, I married an Evangelist

Thoughts on the cost

Last week the girls and I were doing our morning prayers and intercession when Talai prayed, "Dear heavenly Father, when we go to Uganda, please protect me, and please help me to endure if I become an orphan. No matter what, help me never to deny You, but always follow You faithfully." Hadassah prayed a … Continue reading Thoughts on the cost