Posts from ‘December, 2010’

The Baby, The Light of the World

Recently some good friends who are part of the FLInt Net family traveled from their home in New Delhi India to the city of Bangalore, in the “Silicon Valley” of India. Their mission was to plant a new church there. They told of many wonderful acts of God while they were there, and miracles and [...]

Terrorism and Liberty

At the conclusion of World War Two American citizens demanded and received a return to normalcy that included lifting all restrictions upon their rights and choices. This was also the case in every previous declared war. In order to win in war citizens understand the need for sacrifice which sometimes includes temporary limitations on normal [...]

A Day of Infamy

This is an blog which was originally sent out on Aug 9 2009. As today is Pearl Harbor day. I thought it would be appropriate to send it again as a reminder, and confirmation.
A while back Terri and I went to Japan to visit our daughter and son-in-law while he was stationed there in [...]