Author Archives: Debbie

“… the desires of your heart …”

     As a 6 year-old, I was thrilled to start school.  My grade one teacher, Mrs. Knox, made a profound impact on me.  Because of her,  I wanted to become  a teacher. Everyday, I would get home from school and with … Continue reading

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Coming Out on the Other Side

I experienced a wonderful sense of peace and comfort as I worshipped this morning with my church family at Whitby Free Methodist Church.   I wrote down the first two lines of a chorus we were singing which seemed to sum up … Continue reading

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A Request for prayer from Bishop Dingili

Hi “For such a time as this”, pray for your brothers and sisters in Kenya as they hurt and seek for divine intervention from God It is a dark Monday morning in Kenya as the country mourns the death of … Continue reading

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Making History in the Uganda (Light and Life) Free Methodist Church

     There is nothing better to gladden the heart of a teacher than to see her students move forward in pursuit of their calling.  And what a privilege to witness this advancement. Bishop Dingili began our time at the Jinja … Continue reading

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Where will you lead them?

Question:  If your children followed in your steps, where would you lead them? Dad wasn’t much of a church goer before I reached the age of 9.  Mom went sometimes and she took us to Sunday School in Westbrook village, … Continue reading

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Visitors – A blessing

Any visitor to Kenya would describe their experience first by the wonderful welcome and hospitality shown to them.  Kenyans truly believe that “visitors are a blessing” which is demonstrated through their generosity and warm reception. So, it is with excitement … Continue reading

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Texture and Colour

Kenya is known throughout the world for its champion long-distance runners and particularly Eldoret,  is known as “the City of Champions”  as most of these marathoners originate from here.  So … it is not hard for me to compare the … Continue reading

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