All posts by: Bob Culver

Facing Darkness

Remember the horrible ebola outbreak in 2014? One of the first CDC doctors called into the fight was my sister in Christ, Modupe, from Nigeria. She’s not what this blog is about, but because of her dedication to serve when...
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Santa Claus & The Great Escape

Maybe you’ve never seen the old classic film, The Great Escape, about World War II American soldiers’ creative ways to escape a prisoner of war camp. I helped in such an escapade many years ago when we lived in Houston...
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How East Meets West in This Generation

How East Meets West. American values have radically shifted in the last generation. This editorial helps understand why. In shame culture, only sin is to be unliked, excluded David Brooks writes for the New York Times.    In 1987, Allan...
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1 Nation or 11 Nations Under God?

Based on what part of the USA you live in, you will notice major shifts in how Americans think and behave. Take a look. http://www.businessinsider.com/the-11-nations-of-the-united-states-2015-7?r=UK&IR=T...
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Sardines

Memories of the different ways for God to “Deliver us from evil; for Yours is the kingdom and the glory and the power for ever.” Mt 6:13 This funny pictures reminds me of one of our first Go West bus...
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What happened to make GO West 2015 #2 unique?

We leave Atlanta on red sleeper bus with a new transmission, but turn around in Chattanooga due to unrelated rickety steering alignment. On the disappointing ride home, I asked if they would rather receive a full refund or trust in...
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Fuss, Cuss or Gus?

Which would you choose: Fuss, Cuss or Gus? Some wanted to fuss: some wanted to cuss; but those who stayed on the bus met Gus: God w us. Emmanuel! Christ in us, the Hope of glory! For those who didn’t...
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What started as a Go West #1 bus trip, ended with airplane tickets back to Atlanta

We made it back from our Go West #1 trip on time Sunday morning (June 20, 2015). Rather than come home by bus, our dear brothers & sisters in Christ @ Intown Community Church blessed us with free 1 way...
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Be treated like a king @The Atlanta History Center

Three Kings Day, Día de los Reyes Sunday, January 10, 2016, 1-4 PM This Latin tradition is celebrated through storytelling, music, live performances, and activities designed for the entire family, including a special visit and photo opportunity with the three...
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Entering Magic Kingdom in the Nick of Time

Quick answer to prayer while on the final grand day of our Florida Christmas Conference, 12/31/15: From a human point of view, we had an “almost perfect” time in Florida. Sunshine everyday with temperatures  in the middle 80s! The only...
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