Where Is Your Security?

With all the hype that the world is coming to an end today, I thought this was so ironic when someone shared this with me today. From my grandfather’s devotional, Hope For Each Day, May 21st reads…

Your Questions, My Answers

Welcome to the first Friday of Your Questions, My Answers.  Thank you all who submitted questions.  I am so sorry that I could not get to all of them, but I will continue to do my best.  Here are a few that were selected.

Inside North Korea

Last week my dad and a delegation from Samaritan’s Purse visited the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, better known as North Korea, to discuss the country’s agricultural, medical, and food needs.

A Mother’s Wisdom

There are times I forget the sound of my grandmother’s voice. She has only been gone for four years, but I am afraid if I don’t hold on tightly I will forget completely. I often long to sit in her room with the smell of a burning fire, the music of her canary filling the …

A Life of Service

Then it’s Hi! Hi! Hey!
The Army’s on its way. Count off the cadence loud and strong (TWO! THREE!) For where e’er we go,
 You will always know That The Army Goes Rolling Along.

My Dad Visits Alabama

Samaritan’s Purse has two Disaster Relief Units in Alabama, serving as bases to help serve the communities in the tornado affected areas.

The Glory of Tomorrow

On April 16, twelve tornadoes swept through North Carolina, and Samaritan’s Purse has once again been blessed with the turn out of volunteers.  

I’m a Mess

This is a guest post by Kendra Graham, my sister-in-law.  I am honored for her to write a post and excited to introduce her to you.  Kendra is married to my oldest brother Wil.  She is a wife, mom, sister, coach, nurse, and friend.  

We Have a Choice

B lack or white, male or female, old or young, preppy or goth, wealthy or poor, football jock or band geek, strong or weak, joyful or depressed, sick or healthy…We all face pain at some point in our lives.