Dec. 12, 2005 Together with a Christmas card, a relative, sent me a card about the size of a business card that said, "Free Ticket"! I thought it was cute and scanned it to post on this web site. Click the graphic to read the details of my Free Ticket!
On August 2, 2002 Megumi and I met a really precious girl from Kiev,
Ukraine while passing out tracts downtown. I spoke to her in Russian
and she immediately turned around to talk to me. After a brief
conversation I told her I have a special present to give her and
pulled out a Russian New Testament. She was thrilled saying her
own Bible is all worn out because she reads daily! Do you? Check out her picture with
See photos of Russians
Irina and Alexei during their visit from Murmansk to Chicago.
Alexei, a boy crippled by the Russian medical system, received a free
corrective operation on his leg. The operation was sponsored by the
Shriner's Hospital for Children.
Photos of my recent trip to
Chicago (July 2001) with some oldie goldies of me and my friends.
A pictorial account of my friendship with an elderly Russian lady of St.
Petersburg. She was one of the interpreters of the famous cosmonaut,
Photos and maps of my adventure in the former Soviet Baltic Republic
Pictures of Mount Fuji I
took while hitchhiking. I just love to hitchhike in Japan! This is how
I get to meet new people and tell them about God's love. The
Japanese are a busy and hardworking people who often won't give
you the time of day if you approach them with a Bible on the streets.
It's much easier to share the Gospel with a person who has enough
compassion to stop for a stranger and be willing to take him part way
to his destination!
Can you guess which Asian country this girl is from? Click a radio button to