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When 2021 began my thoughts along the topic of a new year arriving reflect the struggle we had then, and from which we are not fully free yet. Here is how I started a new post then: “The new year … Continue reading
Do you really want to know the answer to this question? Okay, here we go! First, find out what they need, what are their health issues, and ask what are their limitations. Now I am not only referring to dietary … Continue reading
Inequality, injustice and indifference all have one thing in common: they weaken a society. Have any changes been made to strengthen our society? To answer that let us begin by recalling several milestone changes in how our country viewed specific … Continue reading
Greetings Friends, Some times things move so fast, we cannot keep up with them. Recently that is how we have felt about the sweeping corona virus that has us praying, and working and teaching from home. Please read here our … Continue reading
Need to know what’s going in Chile? Please visit our link below. And then take a minute to ask God’s intervention on the work where He sees fit. Thank you! Dave and Ruth Ann and family https://mailchi.mp/6c66c8046f5b/the-rogers-serving-in-chile
When we reach the finish line of a major accomplishment, we experience satisfaction and joy. Graduation brings a sense of relief. It’s that feeling of “I’m finally done!” And there’s the “I can’t believe I’m done” exuberance on top of … Continue reading
Can you believe it? A society that is supposed to defend the defenseless (as with the handicapped) and protect the innocent (ex. animals) and nurture the weak (for instance the sick and the terminally ill) now defends mercy killing. See … Continue reading
I have mixed emotions as I think about our who I am as a father. I am a missionary. And when a missionary is visiting the United States, or wherever his/her home is, coming back to that place sometimes urges … Continue reading