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Hello wide wonderful world!
 I trust you all have had a lovely summer. The Lord's been good to us.

I have a few pictures for you...

Amity meeting Asa for the first time

Jemima stayed with us for a couple weeks after he was born.

My Biddinger siblings

Planted a blueberry bush

The family at the Dessert Oasis in Rochester MI.

At Rochester Hills Baptist Church - my spiritual birth place.
"That which is born of the flesh is flesh; and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit. Marvel not that I said unto thee, Ye must be born again." -Jesus (John 3:6,7)

Had a blast at Ryan Cooper's surprise birthday party.

Here he is!

Paul Robinson's wedding!

The Gabriel Nicholas family. Old friends I haven't seen in years

Stunt driver Shiloh

Our Fwee Widdo Kids

Gary and Bonnie Barger meeting the baby

Greater Rochester Heritage Days 2013...

Here we are starting out a fun and busy weekend. We ended up giving out 350 gospel CDs and 788 animal balloons.

Noelle and Annellise Campau

Laurie and Lincoln Campau with Asa

All tuckered out

All packed up

Elijah and the kids working in the yard.

At church

Met this fine family at work and had them over.

Asa'a first day on the job.

Church kids on swing

El and Keturah had their baby. Justus Ransom Bendixen. 2 months after our Asa

Setting off fireworks

Tug-of-war at our Church picnic.

Shiloh steps up to the plate. We've got to work on the direction issue.

The Man Sick of the Palsy. I've been acting out Bible stories with the kids at church lately. It's ton's of fun! There are some great insights in those stories.

"And they come unto him, bringing one sick of the palsy, which was borne of four." Mark 2:3
Come - What a joy to come to Jesus!
Bringing - What a joy to bring someone to Him!
Borne of Four - Thank the Lord for faithful friends. They will carry you when you can't carry yourself.

A few of the folks who come to Prayer and Praise at Pine Ridge Villas. We've been singing, preaching, and praying with them for almost 4 years now. I sure love them...


Margie - who I hear watched me in the nursry when I was a baby at RHBC.



They sure love to see the kids there, and to hear Amanda's piano playing.

The lovely Amanda Lee Bendixen with Asa.

Payday Someday by R.G. Lee
I love this message. It still brings me to tears, though I've listened to it many times. My grandma Bendixen was saved under R.G. Lee's ministry in Memphis, TN about 80 years go.

Here's a link to my interview on WXOU. Hosted by Robo Robb

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Rochester, MI 48309
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