Monthly Archives: February 2019

Finishing up my “To Do” list: A Historical Relic Homesick for Home

This afternoon, I headed off to Plainfield, Indiana (near the airport), for my hotel overnight before flying out from Indianapolis to begin my journey tomorrow, back to China.  My brother chauffeured me the 1 1/2 hours on I-70 to the … Continue reading

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Luzhou Applies to be A National Civilized City (全国文明城市)  

       During the past few years, Luzhou has been working toward becoming a National Civilized City. This prestigious honor ranks a city as being economically, environmentally, politically and socially excellent. The movement itself began in 2003, with  10 … Continue reading

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Luzhou Protestant Church Christmas Worship Services

  To finish off my Christmas celebrations, it’s only fitting to end with the Luzhou Protestant Church worship services. This past year, the Everlasting Love adult choir, of which I am a member, was asked to participate in both the … Continue reading

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Christmas Activity Night at My College

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Before adding the next posting, Christmas at the Luzhou Protestant Church, I’ll include a short mentionable concerning the campus Christmas Activity Night. The Idea Emerges A few years ago, I had an idea that my Christmas lessons shouldn’t be just … Continue reading

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