There is a beautiful Easter story that goes along with this. It begins, of course, with Lettie Burd Cowman.
Growing up, one of my musical heroes was a Gospel singer named Dave Boyer. He was a big band singer and crooner working the Jersey Shore under the name Joey Stevens. He was the son of a preacher but had walked away from the Lord. While finding success as a singer (he performed with the likes of Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin), his life spiraled out of control with booze and drugs. He lost everything, including his career and marriage.
We’re off to a great start in 2020, but thought you’d like to see a few highlights from 2019. Sometimes it is good to step back and remember why there is a LOGOI and what God… Read More»
How good to look back over 2019 and be reminded of all the blessings in this Grandma & Great Grandma Carolyn’s world!
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I have a $5 bill taped to the side of my computer. Every time I sit at my desk an austere looking Abe Lincoln is there glancing over my shoulder. For me, the $5 bill is a reminder of what God is doing with five little dollars as they flow through LOGOI’s ministry.
I came across a file marked, “Old Newsletters” in my overly crowded file drawer. Inside were copies of letters and documents going back decades of LOGOI’s ministry.
The story of the “three fingered” pastor named Flavio jumped out at me.
I noticed a lady arriving just as the message began on Sunday morning. I didn’t recognize her but am always happy to see someone new coming to church. There were plenty of places to sit where most of us had gathered in the middle, but she sat off to the side, alone.
That was all it took: one person to stand with them, encourage them, and believe in them.
With the 75th Anniversary of D-Day I found myself watching a few war films and documentaries. It’s easy to forget how young so many soldiers were who fought in these great battles. In a WWI documentary, soldier after soldier said, “I was 16 years old when I volunteered,” with a few admitting they were barely… Read More»