I now consider my life to be quite interesting, at the age of 86, even though it was seemingly quite commonplace for the first half.
I began life as one of two greatly desired twins. Twins were quite commonplace in the family of our mother and she, along with our father, were very, very happy to have the first born children of a family of four to be a set of twins. My brother and I were always very close and would even defend one another against our little seven year younger sister when challenged.
I see it as now ‘quite interesting’ because, even at my age, I am involved in frequent travels back and forth between my home in Flint, Michigan, in the States, and Blantyre, Malawi, Africa, to give the Gospel to both young and old alike. This includes holding the responsibilities of a pastor in both locations and directing an orphan care ministry in Malawi.
So, in this blogging adventure I hope that you will find what I consider to be as ‘quite’ interesting to perhaps be even a little more than that.