It’s Monday Evening in Maputo, Mozambique

June 11th 2007 2 comments so far  

It’s Monday evening in Maputo, Mozambique. We (my wife Priscilla, along with Lee and RoseAnn Hopwood) arrived this afternoon in Maputo (pronounced “mah poo too”) on a flight from Johannesburg, South Africa. That was after two previous all night flights from Dallas to London (Sat.-Sun.) and London to Johannesburg (Sun.-Mon.). We’re bone weary but excited to be here.

Over two million folks call Maputo home. Driving from the airport Priscilla and I just looked at each other and said, “This is Africa!” After traveling for over thirty hours when we got in the line for passport control for foreign nationals …

A Warm Heart

June 5th 2007 2 comments so far  

One of the first things you realize as you step into my office, is my love of Auburn University. From the picture of Toomer’s Drugs (that serves the best hand squeezed lemon and lime aid) to the book about Auburn’s undefeated football season (that would be the 2004, not the 1993 season”¦which was nice also), there are reminders of my time at Auburn all around my office. I even have Ronnie Brown‘s rookie card that Derrek Engeler gave me. Auburn is part of who I am, and it doesn’t take knowing me long before you …

A Stonebriar Couple on TV

May 18th 2007 No comments yet  

Cynthia Howe and her family moved to Little Elm over two years ago. Last night they were featured on a California news program and I thought you might enjoy hearing the story of how they came to live in our area. The video has quite a few pictures of the Howe family and with 28 seconds left in the video, we see a photo of Chuck and Cynthia Swindoll!

You will have to watch a silly ad before viewing the video. The title of the Howe feature is “Family Leaves Calif., Saves Big Bucks” and you should be taken …

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