Jenga. It’s one of my favorite games. It involves removing wooden individual blocks without crashing the stacked blocks. My grandsons love to play it.
Jenga comes from Swahili and means “building together.”
updated on Sunday, 24 Feb2013
This is a simple sketch I’ve been using called “Where are you?” It uses the mathematical signs for greater than > and less than <.
Life’s two biggest questions:
Who is Jesus?
What am I going to do about who I believe he is?
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How you can pray for us this week:
- Our KiSwahili language studies. I (Curt) am really struggling with the language. Pray that I will persevere, work hard, and be a good steward of my tongue, talent, and time. s of people opens so many doors.
- Continue in prayer for Kenya’s national election on March 4. Our school will close down for the week and we’ll go to our future home in Uganda. Pray for peace and unity after the election.
- Pray for Rachel and J.W. , two Kenyans who decided to follow Jesus today at Hope Baptist Church.
Latest blog entry: The Most One-Side Trade in Baseball History
Without a doubt, the greatest trade in Astros history brought Jeff Bagwell to Houston in exchange for Larry Andersen. I must admit my reaction when I read of the trade was, “We traded for a third baseman who has never hit more than 10 homers in the minors?” Bagwell moved to first, won rookie of the year, and the rest is history.
But it’s not really the greatest trade in history. II Corinthians 5:21 beats Bagwell/Anderson easily: He who had no sin became sin for us so that the righteousness of God might dwell in us. Our sin for the righteousness of Christ!
We’re now taking nominations for the top three (3) Astros third baseman. What say you?
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Why we are on TheJourney in Africa:
DeDe and I are simply walking along the path we’ve followed since giving our lives and hearts to Jesus. Because He is our Lord (Boss) and Savior, we seek to be where He wants us to be. For this stage of our journey, Africa is the place.
Our job is to serve on our Mission’s Embrace Team.
My word for this week is Gratitude. I wish to live the gratitude-filled life. To be thankful for each and every blessing, challenge, and opportunity.
My current favorite Swahili term/word: Kipe Moyo! Take heart!
Read Curt’s Current Six Words to live by http://www.creekbank.net/2012/10/curts-current-six-words/
Where we are now:
- My Life Verse is, “But seek first the Kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things shall be added unto you.” Matthew 6:33 See this verse in various translations. http://www.creekbank.net/2012/10/matthew-633-a-verse-to-live-by
- MyLife Statement: “To be a man God can use and be respected by my wife DeDe, our sons, and their precious families.”
- Curt’s Current Life Plan: http://www.creekbank.net/curts-life-plan/
- I invite you to read What Matters Most to Curt or longer version: My LifeJourney Story
What I’m currently reading:
The Insanity of God by Nik Ripkin
Mau Mau and Kenya: Analysis of a Peasant Revolt by Wunybari Maloba
My current Heartsong “How Firm a Foundation.” It’s a song that gives me great strength in the trials, struggles, and joys of life.
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