Monthly Archives: January 2009

01/09/09 Update

I set up a domain and hosting for a missionary from California that is planting a church in Hong Kong today. You can check out www.libertybaptisthk.com and see Pastor Au's progress as he builds a website using our templates. We … Continue reading

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Interesting Day

One sent home, one lost, one up, one down? I was contacted by a church we had rescued a domain for, interested in getting their domain back, I turned it back over to them today (the pastor reimbursed us for the … Continue reading

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01/07/2009 Update

Maureen's Tests GoodThe lab tests came back and there was no sign the cancer had spread to the surrounding tissue. Coupled with the clean lymph nodes, the outlook is very positive. Once again I thank those of you that have … Continue reading

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Update on Maureen

Maureen has come through the surgery fine. The surgeon tells us that the cancer had not spread to the lymph system. I want to thank all of you that have been praying for us. We will know more when the … Continue reading

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Follow up on the Texas Church

I just got off the phone with the Pastor I mentioned in the previous message. Apparently they had issues with the person that was handling their website. When this person (I did not have the opportunity to discuss in detail) … Continue reading

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Lost in (Cyber)space?

A request for helpMaureen and I attended a Sunday School class fellowship dinner on Friday evening (01/02/09). We had the opportunity of meeting  missionaries Chuck and Robin Martinez to Guatemala. Chuck is a missionary pilot. I would have liked to … Continue reading

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Maureen Update

We just finished at the surgeon’s office in Plano and we were told that Maureen needs to have some surgery, but at this point it seems that barring anything mitigating circumstances, the surgery should be routine. It does appear that … Continue reading

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