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Whatever Happened to Kathleen Chambers?

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Kathleen Chambers, Oswald and Biddy’s only child, is the subject of many searches on Google. Of course I know what happened to her. It’s all in my book, Mrs. Oswald Chambers, published in October 2017. The little girl who spent crucial years in a WWI camp served as a major source I turned to frequently […]

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What is My Utmost for His Highest?

So, what is My Utmost for His Highest? I laughed out loud and asked the question after glancing through my list of blog posts. If you’re not familiar with the devotional, you might not know why I write about it all the time. Here are some descriptions and explanations A devotional My Utmost for His Highest at […]

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Jesus, Scientists and Me


I got involved with Jesus and scientists about the same time. Mine was a simple childhood in a family of athletes, history buffs, readers and musicians. But I started attending a Lutheran church the summer before high school and there met Jesus and then a cute guy. Jesus saved my soul. The cute guy told me, “I’m going […]

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Devotions: Prayer


Prayer is at the heart of my daily devotions. “Prayer does not prepare us for the greater work; prayer is the greater work.” ~Oswald Chambers, My Utmost for His Highest Prayer is conversation between man and God. Genesis 3 indicates God walked and talked with Adam and Eve in the cool of the evening after […]

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Native Americans and the Gospel: A Flight of Arrows

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Lori Benton is a fine writer whose most recent novel, A Flight of Arrows, fascinated me with its approach to the Christian gospel message. Since I do not believe Jesus Christ looked nor acted like a 21st century American, I’ve long been intrigued by how people portray him and his message in other cultures. You […]

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