Monthly Archives: February 2011

Putting the Pieces Back Together

As we walked around the ruins of ancient Philippi today, our hearts cried out, “Yes, God can piece together the ruins of any relationship. To this, we bear witness!” It was absolutely overwhelming to walk around this ancient city and to … Continue reading

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Across all Cultures

It doesn’tmater where we go…in the states or abroad…we hear the same story over and over. Marriages outside and inside the church are crumbling because of a shaky foundation and increased pressures from the world. There are no interventions for marriages … Continue reading

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Rebuilding from the Ruins

Over and over again as we walked through the ancient city of Athens today, we saw in the ruins the fractured condition of so many marriages in Greece, as well as in the United States. However, we testify to this … Continue reading

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He Once was Lost, but Now is Found!

I tell this brief account of our first morning in Athens with Clint’s full permission. Basically, Clint got really, really lost when he went to pick up the rental car out of the parking garage. Let’s just say that there … Continue reading

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Paul was HERE

We had a little time to walk around the center of Athens after checking in to our hotel. All I kept thinking as we walked from place to place was, “Paul was HERE. Right here, where we are. THE APOSTLE … Continue reading

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Athens Awaits!

Touched down in Athens after a 9-hour flight. We have our first “official” memory forever engrained in our minds: the taxi ride from the airport to our hotel! Oh my! Need to rest from that, even more than from the … Continue reading

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Divine Connection

Landed in New Jersey and greeted with many e-mails, scriptures, and comments of encouragement. Preparing our hearts and bodies for the 9-hour flight to Athens. Already had a chance to share a bit with the clerk at Continental. May there be … Continue reading

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