Philip Duclos – Thailand

Today I printed out class reports for the six sections of Social Studies I teach (try saying that seven times fast), as well as my Language Arts class, then gave them to the various eighth grade homeroom teachers. Would it surprise you that students bombarded me throughout the day asking about the various “F’s” given…

Devotional: Walking Words

The Word became flesh. That phrase keeps going through my mind lately. It is kind of hard to explain why it means so much, because I’m afraid it will just sound like just another twist on the ancient Christmas story. You know what I’m talking about. It’s the one Bible story that is consistently repeated,…

Brent Chrishon and Family – South Korea (PART II)

So returning to our current experience in Korea, as my wife and I have been discussing with bemusement, the ‘Jong-ub theme’ is repeating itself—of course this time in some unforeseen way! One of the non-Christian young ladies I mentioned earlier, God is using to cause my wife and I to constantly examine our hearts and…

Devotional: Silent Night

It was a silent night.  A very long, dark, silent night.  For nearly 400 years, God’s people heard nothing from Him.  There were no more messages, no more deliverers.  There was only a promise, and only a few who still dared to hope.  Rome seemed to be more present than God, but still, they carried…