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Mission Page from Journal 75 Jan. 1, 2015

Looking in the Rear View Mirror

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A word from Curt

It’s a new year.

 

During 2015, I became deeply concerned with the care of the soul. It's the part of you that really matters.
During 2015, I became deeply concerned with the care of the soul. It’s the part of you that really matters.

Time for looking ahead.

But also time for looking back.

I call the rear view part “our  yearly review.”

I’m gleaning from my 2015 journals. There are five of them.

Uncensored and uncropped.

I encourage you to in your own style, record this new year.

Journaling is an opportunity to double one’s joy and better understand one’s sorrows.

 

Mission Page from Journal 75 Jan. 1, 2015
Mission Page from Journal 75 Jan. 1, 2015

 

 

During 2015, I realized that my strongest call for this season of my life was writing.
During 2015, I realized that my strongest call for this season of my life was writing.

 

How we share the Gospel. When we see soil, we share. The increase is God's business.
How we share the Gospel. When we see soil, we share. The increase is God’s business.
Age and experience have taught me that every decision involves trade-offs.
Age and experience have taught me that every decision involves trade-offs.

 

Great quote on setting vision not by sharing stats but stories and pictures.
Great quote on setting vision not by sharing stats but stories and pictures.

 

 

This was my prayer as we entered the country of Chad. It is a Muslim country with Boko Haram strong along its borders. God was faithful.
This was my prayer as we entered the country of Chad. It is a Muslim country with Boko Haram strong along its borders. God was faithful.

 

Even after two years in Africa, going into Chad was challenging in new ways.  It was a blessing but stretched us.  I often write my prayers in journals.

We all need journeys to the lonely places.
We all need journeys to the lonely places.

 

Where is your lonely place?

The place where leave the world’s distractions and expose your soul to God?

 

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About Curt Iles

I write to have influence and impact through well-told stories of my Louisiana and African sojourn.

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