• We’ve Come a Long Way, Baby!

    By Rev. Peggy W. Lester – In October I celebrated my 64th birthday. I can hardly believe it. Also, seems like only a few years ago Don and I married… so four days after my birthday, we...

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  • Memories

    By Peggy W. Lester – This past August marks the 21st year of my Dad’s passing away. Sometimes it seems like only yesterday, but, then again, it seems like an eternity. I still miss him so very...

    • Posted 10 years ago
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  • A Simple Pair of Glasses

    By Peggy W. Lester – I kept having a strong sense in my spirit to purchase a pair of magnifying glasses for myself to carry on this mission trip in August of 2006. Now, I do wear...

    • Posted 10 years ago
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  • A New Spin to My Trip

    By Peggy Lester – The roads were maintained relatively good, but there were pot holes frequently along the road. The speed limit is also several miles higher than ours in the States. I think riding on these...

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  • Passion for Christ

    By Peggy Lester – I was blessed to be a part of a mission trip to Nigeria with some short term missionaries in 2008. We would be speaking at a conference where attendance would peak at 13,000...

    • Posted 10 years ago
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  • In Her Own Little World

    She had a twinkle in her eye and she stood as close to me as possible. Even though she couldn’t speak, we communicated. She loved to hold my hand and in my mind’s eye I can still...

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  • Seeing the Unimaginable

    Mission work over the years has been such a joy for me. Visiting places, seeing unimaginable things at times… some funny, some not so funny. On our trips to Mexico, usually we traveled in a rented motor...

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  • The Living Water

    By Peggy W. Lester – The little girl, not quite two years old, sat on top of the donkey. The water buckets tied securely on each side of the donkey. The mom was traveling to the closest...

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  • A New Beginning

    By Peggy Lester – I love new beginnings. I must say the first of the year is my favorite time of the year. It is like the sunrises and sunsets except on a bigger scale to me;...

    • Posted 11 years ago
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  • A New Experience for Next Generation

    By Peggy W. Lester – After several adult mission trips to Mexico, some of us who had children decided it would be great to introduce them to foreign missions. So, we rented a large, 30 passenger motor...

    • Posted 11 years ago
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  • Remember Who You Are and Whose You Are

    By Peggy W. Lester – We have just celebrated the holiday of Thanksgiving here in the States. At this time of year, people express more thankfulness than any other time of the year. We have programs giving...

    • Posted 11 years ago
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  • Listening to the Spirit

    By Peggy Lester – In the beginning of my missionary travels, I went to Mexico many times to the remote hill villages. Some of the projects were building churches, different stages in the building projects, i.e., from...

    • Posted 11 years ago
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  • Never Stop Praying

    By Peggy Lester – The young man stood far off in the distance just watching the activity. He was there, by the trees, every time we began our day. Some of our men had tried to approach...

    • Posted 11 years ago
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  • Are You Living Your Destiny?

    By Peggy W. Lester – What does it mean to fulfill your God given destiny? I have shared several incidents that have made an eternal impact in my spiritual walk; maybe you have a few questions about...

    • Posted 11 years ago
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  • A Little Girl’s Destiny

    By Peggy W. Lester – Our mission team had arrived in Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas, Mexico. I was overwhelmed with the little village and my new surroundings:  the mountains, mud and stick thatched huts with dirt floors, chickens...

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  • My Destiny Call

    By Peggy W. Lester – The gentleman had squandered his younger life on alcohol before coming to know the Lord because of a terrible tractor accident. At that time, he prayed a desperate prayer, “God save me...

    • Posted 11 years ago
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