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“A Love Story” by Carolyn Thompson The incredible true story about a 19-year-old college girl, a widowed missionary with three boys, a bread-truck, and their most unlikely courtship and marriage.

to report that our P.I.G.s for Pastors ministry is underway.  As you read this, the first of our P.I.G.s (Pastor Investment Gifts) funds have been sent to dozens of pastors in Cuba and Chile.  In fact, please take a moment and watch the very tender video of Pastor Carlos from Cuba. (logoi.org homepage, bottom right) … Read More»

I was minding my own business working in my office when my cell phone rang. The caller ID indicated it was a call from Puerto Rico so I answered with a happy, “Hola.” Without saying “hello,” the guy on the other end very seriously said, “I’m calling about your son…” The call sounded rather strange… Read More»

      I answered the phone the other day and the person on the other end asked to speak to my Dad.  I joyfully responded, “I’m sorry, he can’t come to the phone right now, he’s busy talking to Moses.” There was a long pause and then he said:   Our conversation ended as… Read More»

Few people on this earth have more influence in our lives than our moms.  In fact, I have read studies indicating that a mother’s relationship with her child from birth to age five is the single most important factor in the development of one’s personality.  Now that explains a lot, doesn’t it? A common question… Read More»

By Angie Torres Moure The LOGOI team is pleased to feature during the month of May Dr. Elizabeth Baker’s first book, The Happy Housewife, which is available free in both English and Spanish at  LOGOI.org. I recently had the joy of interviewing Dr. Baker,  a Christian author and counselor, whose own life is as  fascinating… Read More»

I first heard Tony Campolo’s It’s Friday, But Sunday’s Coming message when I was a senior at Wheaton College way back in 1984. It left a powerful impression on me and I was thrilled when I later found a copy of his book by the same title. A section in the forward says, No matter… Read More»

Do you feel lost in this age of twitters and tweets? Is it strange to you that today a “tweet” more often refers to an electronic message than the sound a bird makes? Well, it’s no wonder.  I just read a report that said the average “tweets” in 2007 was a manageable 5,000 per day.… Read More»

It is the first day in which a high school senior can sign a binding Letter of Intent to play football in college. After months and sometimes years of recruiting, the hype and drama culminate on this day as millions of deeply devoted college football fans tune in to learn which athletes have officially committed… Read More»

Dear Family and  Friends, I have a new favorite word:  FOREVER.  I seem to hear it all the time now that I am so aware of it. As you know, 2011 was my final year on earth with Les.  But he is forever in his heavenly home with the Lord. And as you have probably… Read More»

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