2017 Conference!

Beloved, let us love one another, for love is from God, and whoever loves has been born of God and knows God. 1 John 4:7

It's 2017 and this year it is a very short trip with a very targeted purpose. To present at the Minister's Equipping Conference. Our focus: Souls in Our Care, Connecting Counseling and Pastoring.

As always your prayers and comments are definitely coveted and encouraged!

Sunday, March 27, 2011


As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God's varied grace. 
1 Peter 4:10
  Last year I was blessed to be here when the Covenant Players  were on campus.  This year I had a double dose, experiencing their spectacular ministry at LCG and then again at PIU with a workshop and performances during last Friday's chapel.  For those of you unfamiliar with this incredible ministry, here is a little information from their website:  Since 1963, Covenant Players has pioneered the use of drama as a communications resource in the church.  Units of Covenant Players travel throughout the world communicating the reality of the Gospel in churches of all denominations.  If you'd like to know more about them check out the link in the favorites list to the right.

     Meanwhile after our workshop, our little groups enacted some Scripture.......from some unique perspectives.  Can you guess the references?   Some hints:  you may need to think like:  1) sea life; 2) water, reeds and a basket; 3) coins, and; 4) some fierce critters! Ok, no drama critics please.....haven't done this in years!!


The answers will be in the next blog.....  ;-)


  1. That looked like fun. I think I might have guessed 2 but I'll wait for your answers. (smile) gloria

  2. The answers:
    Answers to the last post:
    1) Exodus 14:22-31: Parting of the Red Sea from the point of view of the sea life
    2) Exodus 2: 3-5 Moses in the Bulrushes from the point of view of the river and reeds
    3) Mark 12:41-44 The Widow's Mite from the point of view of the coins
    4) Daniel 6:16-24Daniel in the Lions' Den from the point of view of the lions