The distribution of land, work, and goods should be in harmony with the justice of God, who lets the sun shine and the rain fall on the just and the unjust. … Continue reading Daily Dig for March 18 by Eberhard Arnold
Mother Teresa Do not think that love, in order to be genuine, has to be extraordinary. What we need is to love without getting tired. How does a lamp burn? Through the … Continue reading Daily Dig for March 13 by Mother Teresa
The other day, I was at a community event and saw a number of people. Some of them, I know quite well. Others are acquaintances from the community. We smiled, shook … Continue reading KBC connect
At this point, it would be perfectly natural to expect a report on our church’s recent trip to Haiti. Many of you heard our story in worship on February 23rd. … Continue reading Back to Haiti?
I had a ministry idea, so I implemented it. The idea is not terribly original, but is terribly effective. My son and I taped a long piece of paper (about … Continue reading Life in KBC
Good evening my Kilmarnock Baptist Family, As our final evening in Port-au-Prince draws to a close, Amanda, Jim, and I thank you for your prayers, love and support as we … Continue reading Cubbies are finished! (Feb 20)
Greetings Kilmarnock Baptist Family, Amanda, Jim, and I arrived safely in Port-au-Prince this afternoon at2:50 PM. We easily passed through customs and walked past the myriad taxi drivers vying for … Continue reading Greetings from Port-au-Prince (Feb 17)
A few weeks ago, I received a new book in the mail, An Inner Step Toward God (Brewster, MA: Paraclete Press, 2014) by Alexander Men. Before receiving this book, I had … Continue reading An Inner Step Toward God by Alexander Men