Monthly Archives: November 2010

Aslan CREATES!!

Today I went to visit my young friend, Aslan.  Well, in reality, I went to visit his lovely mother, Zara, but for some reason, Aslan is always CONVINCED that I am his personal guest.  In between watching Lego Star Wars videos with him, however, I was able to view some of Aslan’s latest creations.  The most note-worthy  […]

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A Ball of Flaming Joy

To those that know me, it is no secret that I LOVE LIGHT!  Sunshine, big windows, plenty of lightbulbs, open spaces, Colorado clear skies. . .  these are on my top ten.  Thus, I tend to suffer in the dark, hazy days of fall and winter.  Yesterday I spontaneously drew a sunburst on our kitchen […]

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Special Services, Gifts, and Talent Searches

Almagul had a very special baptism service this morning with six adult and one infant baptism! We are very thankful that God continues to work and confirm His calling on so many individuals and families in our fellowship.  A morning to celebrate, indeed!! Our Young-Lifers always congratulate their own in style.  While a Geneva study Bible is a fine gift, what these young people REALLY […]

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KRRC First Annual 5K Turkey Trot Triathlon (Trot-Walk-or-Waddle)

The Kemerovskaya Road Runner’s Club sponsored Almaty’s First Annual Turkey Trot this morning as a fund-raiser for the TSIS building fund.  We had a fabulous turn-out for what promises to be a yearly tradition for the local community (as long as the Reeve family will take up the baton  next year!) Runners and walkers of all ages and speeds met […]

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The Best Christmas Gift of All

We celebrated the anticpated arrival of Margo’s second son, Khudaibergenov Daniel Anuarovich, in style this evening .  We joined Margo in her pregnant state, feasted on fall foods, and played games involving movie children identity, baby clothes sizing,  early motherhood Q & A, and twisted antics . . . Lots of fun, love, and laughter together!! Wishing you a quick and safe delivery, Margo […]

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