Robert & Kay Camenisch encouraging and equipping relationships

Living Letters

We had a refreshing visit with John. He was cordial, gracious, interesting, and entertaining–in a subtle sort of way. He was one of those people that make you ask, “Tell me more.” We met him Monday when we went to pick up something at his home. Our visit lasted much longer than the errand required. We were…

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Are You Fulfilling God’s Purpose?

  What occupies your mind when responsibilities don’t demand your attention? Take time to consider it. Your idle thoughts could tell you a lot.   Fears dominate many people’s thoughts. The news offers fuel for fearful thoughts, such as the disunity in the country. Some are concerned about their safety because ISIS might attack or war could break out. Those…

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Signs

We are so accustomed to signs that we don’t realize how much they dictate our actions. They tell us where we are, when to stop or yield, how fast we should go, and where to turn. They tell us where to buy doughnuts or clothing, where to spend the night, how much gas costs, or where…

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Watch Your Words

In a short video of a niece learning to say Mama, the camera was focused on the child, but you could hear her mother in the background saying, “Say Mama.” After a bit of encouragement, Eva finally said a very clear, “Maaa Maa” She then glowed under her mother’s praise. One little word brought great…

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