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  • Susan Ford
  • June 25, 2016
  • Read reviews, compare customer ratings, see screenshots, and learn more about Tellagami Edu. Download Tellagami Edu and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Source: Tellagami Edu on the App Store

    A Sense of Mission

  • Susan Ford
  • June 17, 2016
  • For almost as long as I can remember I have been drawn to the stories of great missionaries and even have a treasured collection of the writings of some of these great heroes of the faith. Men and women such as Oswald Chambers, David Brainard, Jim and Elisabeth Elliot, Hudson Taylor, Amy Carmichael, Lilias Trotter, […]

    BACKING UP TO GO FORWARD

  • Susan Ford
  • May 31, 2016
  • For the last nine years – almost every school day morning has been the same. I get into my little 2005 Silver Honda CRV, start the engine, check the mirrors, and throw the car into reverse. It has NEVER been easy for me, so much so, that one morning, in year two, I backed up into […]

    Donald Edward Krueger HMI U.S. NAVY

  • Susan Ford
  • Tagged
  • May 30, 2016
  • On this Memorial Day weekend, I have been given quite a gift, a strange gift perhaps to some, but a special gift to me!  It all goes back to Labor Day weekend in 1964 when my step-father/adoptive father came home from his overseas assignment with the Navy. His assignment was to Okinawa, but rumor had it […]

    Scripture Lady

  • Susan Ford
  • May 22, 2016
  • My morning commute here in North Carolina is NOTHING like my long drive used to be in New Jersey. There I could carry on long conversations, listen to entire audio books in a few days. Here I know that I can leave home at 7:27 and still be at work in time to punch the […]

    Resurrection

  • Susan Ford
  • Resurrection Many things come to mind when one thinks about resurrecting something. In Christianity, of course, we think of the resurrection of Jesus from the tomb, as he came forth in power and might. On a more everyday note, we think of resurrection as bringing something back that was thought to be dead. Merriam-Webster defines […]

    The Terror of the “Potluck”

  • Susan Ford
  • September 8, 2013
  • The Terror of the Potluck I am not sure when I first realized my deep abiding fear of the potluck dinner*, but I believe it was when I was in high school and attended church without a parent. (*For those who may not be aware, the potluck dinner is an occasion where a dinner is […]

    Scripture Lady

  • Susan Ford
  • November 16, 2012
  • My morning commute here in North Carolina is NOTHING like my long drive used to be in New Jersey. There I could carry on long conversations, listen to entire audio books in a few days. Here I know that I can leave home at 7:27 and still be at work in time to punch the time […]

    Day of Randomness = Delighfulness

  • Susan Ford
  • November 3, 2012
  • I am guilty of telling my students that what helps with writing is to just start to write-to put something on paper… and so today I begin  by listing my day!  I am not sure what this will become other than to detail the randomness of some of my days… made Blueberry muffins cleared kitchen […]

    Don’t Be Alarmed… Step Away from the Bag!

  • Susan Ford
  • 3 Comments
  • July 7, 2011
  • A few weeks ago I was most blessed to travel to the Boston area with our  youngest daughter, Jaime. This trip was Jaime’s gift to me for my birthday!  We spent the first day in Lexington / Concord, and on the second day we took the train into downtown Boston to walk the Freedom Trail.  […]