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Author Archives: Buddy

Preaching In the Hills

Here are some pictures of my recent trip to Ma Kae to preach to the Karen Hill Tribe People in Thailand near the Burma border. The video below is in the truck on the way so you can get an idea of what the roads were like. The Village of Mae Ka where the conference … Continue reading »

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So much to say…

Dear reading friends… There is so much to tell you about…to bring you up to speed on…life decided to notch up to full throttle and we were caught unawares… After 50 hours of flying/sleeping/staying overnight in Bangkok, I arrived home from Alaska and God’s sweet gift and treat of being a semblance of His comfort … Continue reading »

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Visitor #2 and a Toe Ring

Yes, we’re feeling world famous. We move here and get two visitors! The real story is that because of “Cobra Gold”, a joint military exercise between US and Thai troops, we get to see some folks from Okinawa (hey, it’s cool to go to Chiang Mai and say, “oh yeah, I know people there”). Our … Continue reading »

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New Year’s Eve

Wow! I have been seriously negligent on our blog. I informed Jen that she had to start writing again when we move to Thailand since she is the writer in the family anyway. On New Year’s eve we are in the midst of packing everything up and getting ready to load our container in 4 … Continue reading »

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Check out Cristina talking about Impact

Check out Christina, one of our student leaders for the past 2 1/2 years sharing about the impact that God had on her life through IMPACT.

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August Update

Dear friends and family, Whew! We can hardly believe we have almost been the US for 2 months…some days it seems a lot longer and other days it feels like just yesterday we conquered the trans-pacific flight! We spent the first 7 weeks traveling around the East Coast (and some of the Midwest) visitng friends, … Continue reading »

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Malachi Director for a Season

When Jen and I first joined Cadence in 1997 the director of Malachi said, “Buddy, I could see you being the director of Malachi someday.” At the time it just seemed like a nice comment from a person with good people skills. Starting on July 1st I will be serving as the acting Director of … Continue reading »

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Discipleship Training School

Wahoo! One of the dreams of the Malachi Leadership team, and for me in particular, is to have a Discipleship Training School (DTS) that is open to everyone but especially targeted to students coming out of the military communities around the world. Military students are generally very open to missions. They have already often left … Continue reading »

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Kate’s last day

Today is Kate’s last day in the office. Some of you may know that two years ago I was close to approaching burnout. My boss had recommended that I get an Admin Assistant. I didn’t want to spend the missions money on something so frivolous. What I didn’t realize then was that it was essential … Continue reading »

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Making Packages for the Free Burma Rangers

Some of the students who have been helping us out with Stop Slavery, helped to put together care packages for the people that the Free Burma Rangers minister to. It is always so fun to see students step up with time, money or talents to help projects that further the Kingdom of God around the … Continue reading »

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