I hope we will be able to post some pictures and video today. Due to stormy weather and otherwise sketchy digital signal, via satellite, we haven’t been able to do as much as we had hoped. Since we are having a hard time giving you visual images I thought I might share a little bit…Details
Hello Wheatland (and those of you who frequent this blog), Riley here with a couple more pics. I have been over at the orphanage to see what great things are happening there. In the Fedja GVCM orphanage there are 37 children. The orphanage is currently run by Nixon ( see picture). I will tell you…Details
Here are some pictures from the orphanage in Fedja. (Pronounced fay-juh) Paul R. took a lot of photos and we will be sending some more soon.
Paul Riley and I will soon board a plane for Haiti via Houston and Ft. Lauderdale. Please be in prayer for us and for all of Wheatland as we discover ways we can participate in the mission Dei around the world. Also, please keep our families in your prayers as we travel. Have a blessed…Details
Here are some photos from our Easter Brunch….
…or, it is sometimes called Low Saturday, White Saturday or the Great Sabbath. It is this weekend and it is an important date on our calendar. This Saturday night will be a special time of worship and reflection for us. Holy Saturday is the name given to the day on the Christian calendar representing the…Details
I am happy to announce a special speaker who will share with Wheatland on April 14th. Many of you know Ellen Myers the regional representative for Voice of the Martyrs. During her time with us she will speak about the persecuted church and also share some her own story as well. You won’t want to…Details
This is your last chance to hop in the contest. The winner will get a real “live” award! I realized that I picked two in the comment section on the last Final 4 post so I will limit myself to my first choice: Ohio State. Todd L. has picked Georgetown so the Hoyas are all…Details
These words were so poignant in our men’s group Thursday morning that I felt compelled to share them:
“The story of the Old Testament is best summarized by God looking at his people, shrugging his shoulders, and saying: Oy!!!” – John Laffen
Thanks for the insight. It will be oft repeated.