Maturity in Christ
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Road Schooling...on the road of life
  • The Christmas Critter
    A fun, Christ-centered alternative to the popular Elf on the Shelf concept. A Gospel focused, fruitful approach to the countdown to Christmas.
  • The Christmas Critter: Clyde
    Join Clyde as he has adventures and mishaps in his search for the true meaning of Christmas!
  • The Christmas Critter - Pack 2
    Create your own character with a unique name in this pack, and follow his journey of building godly character as his excitement for Christmas grows.
  • The Christmas Critter - Super Hero Pack
    Your Christmas Critter wants to be a superhero for Christmas, but he just isn't sure which super power he wants. Some super powers are just too much for him to handle!
  • Scripture References
    All Scripture references are taken from the King James version of the Bible.

This is the entryway of our church.  Yes, there are shoes there. Our shoes. In this cluture, wearing shoes inside the church is rude and offensive.

When you live in monsoon territory... especially where sewage sometimes runs freely in the open... these make a person VERY happy. Love my rain boots!

Travelling Friends... Ready for a fun photo challenge?

Every day for the next forty days, share a picture. Feel free to be creative! Explain the pictures if you want or leave it wordless with the caption as the topic of the day. Here are the topics for each day:

I couldn't do this with out these guys!

Our anniversary date wouldn't be complete without an adventure or two. Yesterday, we had an opportunity for a kid-free date thanks to the generosity of friends. So, we first had to deliver the kids to their destinations. I took Ben on skooty and headed fifteen minutes north. Jason took the little ones and headed forty minutes south. I made it back to the house just before another deluge of rain hit. I stayed perfectly dry. Unfortunately, Jason's rain suit that was very expensive turned him into a portable fishbowl. When he arrived home, he took his rain suit off and water poured out. We ended up waiting for the rain to settle into a slight drizzle. Then we jumped on his bike and took off.