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Praise and Prayer Update August 16, 2019

As we enjoy the last weeks of summer, all of us at Heritage are gearing up for the fall.  In just a few weeks we will have the joy of welcoming a new and returning students in both the college … Continue reading

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Walking with the Giants

Have you ever felt that your feet were literally in the footsteps of giant men and women of faith?  While Israel is the ultimate dusty road, this summer, after reading Devotedly, The Love Letters of Jim and Betty Elliot, we … Continue reading

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Summer Rest

This past week, I (Rick) had the joy of being in Dallas, Texas to be part of the Dallas Global Proclamation Academy.  Each summer, the Dallas GPA, headed by Dr. Ramesh Richard, brings in 25 young pastoral leaders from 25 … Continue reading

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Prayer Update June 21, 2012

On this first official day of summer, I want to give thanks to the Lord for the light and warmth of His love.  The Son is always shining. In our last Prayer Update, I asked you to pray for several … Continue reading

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Where have you been?

It’s been a long time since I (Linda) wrote.  It’s been a crazy busy –but wonderful –school year.  If you had peeked into our lives you would have found me using long lost linguistic skills by teaching English as a … Continue reading

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Prayer Update (June 7, 2019)

It’s been some time since I’ve posted as we’ve been on the road quite a bit in the past month.  I mentioned in an early post about our trip to California.  We recently got back from a trip to Washington … Continue reading

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Tuesdays with Jeremiah (Chapter 52)

Jeremiah 51 ends with the postscript, “The words of Jeremiah end here.”  Chapter 52 is a is closely modeled after 2 Kings 25.  So it would seem that another author added an adapted version of 2 Kings 25 to conclude … Continue reading

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