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A Wonderful Hobby – ½ minute read

Not only do we get to write but we also sell our novels at Christmas fairs. Readers from previous fairs come up to thank us. Some pester us for sequels. Each wholesome novel we sell carries a positive message. Our … Continue reading

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Drew Finds a Forgotten 13th Century Castle – ½ minute read

Opps! We haven’t posted a blog since August. We’ve been rather busy for FamilyLife by making a trip to Romania, leading a marriage seminar in WA, and updating seven training manuals. We also finished our 7th novel and successfully dealt … Continue reading

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Fifty years ago – 1 minute read

I graduated from Auburn University fifty years ago this week. I’ve spent the last four years reminiscing about my experiences there. Auburn was the nest in which adult Drew hatched. I made decisions there about who I would be for … Continue reading

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Why is Drew wearing only underwear?  ½ minute read

Kit and I took a vacation—as if we needed one living where we do—in Alaska. I had already caught a nice salmon in the Kenai River when we hiked into U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s new Skilak Wildlife Recreation Area.  … Continue reading

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Dealing with a Ministry Setback –1 minute read

I am sad. Kit and I have recently experienced a major ministry setback. Why are we disappointed? Doesn’t Romans 8:28 promise God works things for “good?” Yes, but not necessarily for the best that could have happened. God may allow … Continue reading

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Catching Creative Compassion

Kit has written an article published by Cru’s Global Staff Women all over the world. The following link to her ideas remains on our More Than Ordinary Lives website. Catching Creative Compassion

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Tacoma Narrows Bridge – 1 minute read

The hallway in my engineering school had a TV set continually playing a loop of a falling bridge. In 1940, the Tacoma Narrows Bridge failed due to dynamic instability in a relatively mild forty mile-an-hour wind. I watched the tape … Continue reading

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Weeds? – 1 minute read

Pictured are wild foxgloves growing in our yard. The tallest is over seven feet and growing. We have hundreds ringing our house all natural. Before moving to Washington, we had bought foxgloves from nurseries and struggled to keep them alive. … Continue reading

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Childless on Fathers Day

Bible Advocate Magazine is publishing an article by me on their Now What feature.  You can access the article at a safe site, https://nowwhat.cog7.org/. Kit and I share Bible Advocate’s belief that Scripture has meaningful answers for life’s struggles. Providing … Continue reading

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Banking Time – 1 minute read

Kit has left me. No, not because of marriage issues. She went to California to watch over her ninety-six-year-old mother while her sister went out-of-town. Anticipating Kit’s departure, we had attacked a mountain of  critical jobs and finished them together. … Continue reading

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