“Mosquitoes, vermin, throw aways, rat kids, the dust of life.” These are just a few of the nicknames street children are given in various places in our world today.
The problem with this presidential election is… someone will win.
I was chatting with a long-time LOGOI Ministry partner the other day bringing her up to date on a few details. The more we talked, the bigger she smiled and the more excited she became.
Thinking about school, my mom sent me the introduction to a book my Dad wrote back in 2003 titled “The Triumph of Faith”.
When Cancun was just a little village about 40 years ago and plans were forming to create a tourist city, a dear Maya pastor and friend summoned Les and LOGOI to come to the state of Quintana Roo and help train, equip, and encourage pastors. He had big dreams for planting churches and proclaiming… Read More»
My Dad taught me how to pick Strawberries. For reasons that elude me, my mom love to pick-her-own strawberries.
On a short walk by the water the other day, I was enthralled by a group of sparrows.
Recently, among a very nice list of compliments, gratitude, and encouragement regarding LOGOI’s ministry, we received this note:
“I want to change. Help me! ”
I put some music on in the background and was thrilled when a beautiful rendition of the old hymn, “Come, Ye Sinners” (written in 1712) filled the room. The updated rendition called, “I Will Arise” was sung by Glen Campbell. For some reason, I didn’t expect this from the “Rhinestone Cowboy.” But as the Boys Choir of Harlem sang… Read More»
“Tell your children about it in the years to come, and let your children tell their children. Pass the story down from generation to generation.”