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uring a recent visit to Nolan’s house, which also just so happens to be where my son and daughter-in-law live, I had the great joy of getting a kiss goodnight. Nolan had finished his bath and the wonderful scent of the freshly cleaned toddler filled the air. Taking in deep breaths is like breathing in… Read More»

An old Calvin & Hobbs comic strip has six-year-old Calvin telling his dad, “I’ve decided I want to be a millionaire when I grow up.” His dad looks at Calvin and says, “Well, you’ll have to work pretty hard to get a million dollars.”

I was trying to figure out how many living Thompson relatives I have these days so I contacted my mother. She seems to know these things. According to her, there are over 110 of us spread across several countries. More are on the way. Excerpts from Psalm 127 come to mind: “Children are a gift… Read More»

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NOTE: It’s a joy to return to Cuba for the 90th anniversary of the Los Pinos Nuevos Convención that was founded by Elmer Thompson, Les’s father.  Once again, we are taking in as much as possible to help those with special needs who have come to our attention. We would need a caravan of hundreds… Read More»

PRAYER: Four of us are going to Cuba the end of September to celebrate 90 years of the Convención Evangélica de Cuba “Los Pinos Nuevos.” Les’s father and Spaniard B.G. Lavastida founded this Bible School which has grown into a large ministry that has more than 300 churches and unknown numbers of “casas cultos” (house… Read More»

This month is one of praise! Emails and videos of joy and thanks continue to pour in from Spanish pastors, leaders and ministry partners celebrating LOGOI’s 50 years of ministry. Each one warms our hearts. We hope you visit 50 years to see and read more. Here are just two…or three… “I had the privilege to… Read More»

Equatorial Guinea has a FLET graduate! Equatorial Guinea is a small country on the west coast of Africa. They discovered oil in 1995 and now the small country is being cited as a textbook case of the resource curse — or the paradox of plenty. Since the mid 1990s the former Spanish colony has become… Read More»