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onerefuge has contributed to 33 out of 579 total posts (5.70% of total).
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Re: Crag Church 3/4/2008 8:31:16 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Dear General,

First and most important is to look at the Biblical example. Are there any clear rules to the way believers gather? Are there any practices that may hinder "just anyone" from attended these events? How did Church meetings evolve from Jesus' outdoor travels to synagogues to caves to cathedrals and why? Because Jesus met outside with people, is this a rule to follow? First you have to make this analysis, but make it objective within the context of when and where and for ...

Re: Crag Church 3/4/2008 8:38:24 AM   (Total replies: 0)
Just another thought: There must be a lot of persecution in the States for so many believers to back down on even sharing not only their beliefs but their belief status so as not to "disturb" others.

You know what I need the most forgiveness for? All those times I never took to opportunity to be a light. I cannot say like Paul that I did not hesitate to share with anybody.

Re: My kid's first mountain 3/28/2008 8:01:49 AM   (Total replies: 0)
Alright, I just took my son up the mountain for the first time. All the way up, he was silent...mesmerized (not like he says much at his age anyways). We ate lunch on top and tried to get out of the wind (almost blew me over several times). He fell asleep on the way down...that gave me a nice neck ache. It was worth it though.

My kid's first mountain 11/19/2007 8:23:18 PM   (Total replies: 1)
Family is one of the most wonderful gifts God has granted to us. Sharing life with them is even more wonderful, if you take the time. I took my daughter (2 1/2 yrs.) up the "hill" outside our house the other day in a backpack. The previous day, before I went to the climbing gym, she said, "Daddy, I want to go rock climbing!" "OK," I said, "I'll take you when you're 3. But we can hike the hill tomorrow!"

We woke up the next day at sunrise, ate some breakfast on the go (this consisted ...

Re: 8,000 Meters & Up 12/11/2007 6:04:22 AM   (Total replies: 0)
I got two suggestions for Roger.

One: I have a friend who has spent some time in Nepal and says that there is a mountaineering school for Sherpas. They often climb 7000 +. You got skills, so you don't need to go to school, but being out with Sherpas for months on end climbing 7000 wouldn't be so bad and would be a great ministry tool. I would love to do that, but have a wife and children and a new ministry.

Two: In Sichuan China, there is a mountain called Minya Konka which ...

Re: 8,000 Meters & Up 12/11/2007 6:12:58 AM   (Total replies: 0)
Maybe I could climb it looking at the ratings on the "Mountain Madness" site. Check out this link: http://www.mountainmadness.com/asia/minyakonka.cfm

Re: 8,000 Meters & Up 3/19/2008 5:10:35 AM   (Total replies: 0)
Roger,

I got a third suggestion for you: Go climb in the Tien Shan. The fees are also minimal and the mountains are high and challenging. In fact because of their colder climate and higher latitude, this makes climbing very similar to climbing the 8000 ms. Russians have been using them to practice for the Himalaya for years. I wouldn't mind doing Khan Tengri someday.

Check out this link: Tien Shan

Tibet issues 3/14/2008 7:42:32 PM   (Total replies: 0)
Please pray for our American and western co-workers in Tibet. Because of the unrest and protesting, many are being closed out of areas they regularly work in. There could also be more blame and suspicion from the government towards them, hindering their work, especially since many of their home countries are backing Tibetan exiles.

Re: Kilimanjaro, wow! 3/14/2008 7:24:59 PM   (Total replies: 0)
Exactly how it should be.

Re: Onerefuge's son 2/17/2008 9:32:16 PM   (Total replies: 0)
My son had a respiratory problem caused by fluid build-up in his lungs from having a common cough and flu. The mucous began to break up and his tinny airway was already tight from slight swelling from infection that when he began to cough up the stuff he choked on it. For two minutes he turned blue and couldn't breath while I tried first to give him Heimlich, which wasn't effective, so I turned him over and began mouth to mouth resuscitation to force air in. That eventually worked, and he was ...

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