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Oceans

You call me out upon the waters The great unknown, where feet may fail And there I find you in the mystery In oceans deep My faith will stand And I will call upon Your name And keep my eyes above the waves When oceans rise My soul will rest...

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Beloved

It almost ended there, in a dark cylindrical shaft, not three feet across, and twelve feet below Earth’s sweeter surface. Floating in raw sewage, the Kenyan baby boy survived because of a simple misunderstanding of buoyancy. By wrapping him in a plastic bag that miraculously trapped air around his tiny...

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For Julie

Another long and loving day at Naomi’s Village came to its quiet end, and the sun hid itself behind the distant peaks of the Great Rift Valley. We had missed the show this time, unable to catch even a glimpse of that spectacular amber horizon fading slowly to soft gray....

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A Peanut Unshelled: Titus Goes to School

I remember him for two reasons. The first-he was so shy. The second-his big name out-sized his tiny body. It was a day of excitement for me, but I am sure one of trepidation for all of the 40 children attending our first day of evaluations at Cornerstone Preparatory Academy....

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