Building bridges

Some of the churches in Door County have banded together to help the foreign students that come here to work in the summer.  The students don’t generally have a car and are unable to get around to places they might like to see and things they would enjoy doing.  They generally live at their work site and that’s about all they get to see.  The church program is called Bridges and they offer bi-weekly activities, English lessons, and they match the students up with Christian families who do things with them. Continue reading

God’s bounteous gifts

This morning dawned a bright and beautiful day.  I believe it actually got up into the early 70’s today.  We went to Friends Community Church where there were representatives from the Gideon Bible Society speaking.  I suggested they talk to my boss who usually puts out Bibles for people to take free if they want. Continue reading

One hour closer!

I worked overtime tonight trying to get some things finished before the end of tax season which is next Tuesday.  When I finally caught my bus, I was able to have a chat with Mark by text.  He said he was in Glacier National Park in Montana, lucky guy!  We had tried to go there on our honeymoon, but the rangers wouldn’t let us in with our RV in late September.  I have yet to see it!

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Mark’s progress: Rowley’s Bay

From the time Mark entered Door County, he has been staying with a couple from my church, John and Georgene Mann.  They let him park the RV in front of their milking barn.  They didn’t have the right kind of hookups for him, but between his generator and his propane tank, he managed.

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