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In Honour of my Interpreters

IN THE DRIVING SEAT (Or: Mastering the Mystery)

I do so like to drive,’ she lets me know, all bright-eyed and bushy-tailed and in control. The steering wheel she holds infuses her whole being with a certain sense of purpose. Yes, that is it! That helps me understand … Continue reading

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SIDE BY SIDE

Niece-&-Uncle Mutually Interpret I tried, the very year that she was born, to gain initial entry to her land. Its godless regime, who our gospel spurned, refused a visa to my English friend – though several times he’d visited Poland … Continue reading

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Hidden Garden Treasure

‘The kingdom of heaven is like a treasure that a man discovered hidden in a field (Matthew 13:44 New Living Translation) Godly Gardening I hate gardening. Before leaving home for a ministry trip to Poland I stepped into my front … Continue reading

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In Honour of my Interpreters

During decades of global travel I have been blessed by the services of excellent interpreters, both male and female, who have rendered my sermons and lectures into many languages. However, I wrote poems about just a few of them. As … Continue reading

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