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Without fully realizing our children would one day ask me to help them with their math homework, my wife and I started a family. For about eight years, everything was going great. We had three beautiful, healthy kids who showed signs of intelligence and not one of them asked me anything about fractions or if… Read More»

Funny man Henny Youngman liked to say, “I’ve got all the money I’ll ever need—if I die by four o’clock.” A whole lot of us often feel the same way. When I got married at the ripe age of 22, I was living on straight commission as an insurance salesman. Every month was a financial… Read More»

Not too long ago, I was speaking at a mission conference and met a young family excited about moving overseas to become missionaries.  They were a handsome family.  The father was tall and lean and reminded me of the branch manager at my local bank.  His wife was well dressed and manicured and I guessed probably… Read More»

I remember how fun it was to meet a former Olympian and National Greco-Roman Wrestling Champion.  Especially since he was a student in our FLET Bible School and he was standing in the church auditorium my grandfather built in Cuba. His name is Angel and he is over 6’ tall and burly.  His years as… Read More»

Not too long ago, I was speaking at a mission conference and met a young family excited about moving overseas to become missionaries.  They were a handsome family.  The father was tall and lean and reminded me of the branch manager at my local bank.  His wife was well dressed and manicured and I guessed… Read More»

Remember those good old days when the entire church got excited about your annual mission conference?  You have to “remember,” because for most, it’s been years since our mission conference was anything but exciting. I distinctly remember two young families happily walking into my church only to discover it was “Mission Sunday.”  I saw their… Read More»

I realize that sounds sacrilegious, but it’s true.  He did fix my lawnmower.  In fact, I see and talk to Jesus just about every day and believe me, it’s quite comforting.  He’s always warm and friendly, eager to listen and help, and is very good at fixing things. He lives in the house next door.… Read More»

(A fun and true summer read-aloud story) There are monkeys in my coconut tree. No, really.  Little capuchin monkeys— the “organ-grinder” kind.  We live a few miles from the Miami Metro Zoo and assume they escaped after one of our hurricanes.  If so, they hiked several miles before finding the county-protected wooded area behind our… Read More»

As a reminder, Piénsalo is simply the Spanish version of Steve Brown’s popular, “You Think About That” 60 second radio broadcasts.  I searched far and wide for a booming Spanish voice similar to Steve’s, but quickly realized it was fruitless.  But we did find a local Spanish pastor who dearly loves the Lord, is a… Read More»

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