Blog entries tagged Personal
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This Monday morning finds us in Chicago, but by tonight Marlene will be in Dallas and I will be in Muskegon, Michigan.
We’re in Chicago for a Keep Believing board meeting.
This morning Marlene gave me my Father’s Day gift, a canvas print of a picture taken last month when Josh and Mark, our two oldest sons, graduated from Dallas Seminary. When I posted the picture on Facebook, I captioned it, "Five Pritchard men, three generations, a great day to celebrate.” As I study that picture, it seems to send an important message.
That’s how you make it to the end zone.
30. Graduation WeekMay 8, 2014
On Saturday Josh and Mark graduate from Dallas Theological Seminary.
This summer I’m speaking at five different Bible conferences in five different states. Pick one and join us!
32. Packed and ReadyFebruary 23, 2014
Last night over supper Josh asked if we were packed and ready to go.
Dear Praying Friends, Last night we received an encouraging message from a US Army chaplain:
90 years is a long time to live.
“May your children and their children love and serve your God more than you.”
This year I rode 1431 miles on my bike.
We have just posted the Winter 2013 KBM Newsletter online.
We took this picture a few weeks ago.
39. The Tailor’s SonNovember 18, 2013
Every son needs to know his earthly father. Every son needs to know his Heavenly Father.
My mom served in World War II “somewhere in the Aleutians.”
Personal news, ministry news, all good news.
Here is my life story, sort of, as told to Pastor H. B. Charles Jr. during an interview last month in Jacksonville, Florida.
What were you doing 39 years ago today?
44. On Our Way HomeJuly 13, 2013
After two weeks on the road, we are on our way home.
Make sure you pick the right pilot. Find someone who has made that journey before.
My full name is Clarence Raymond Pritchard. I was named Clarence for my uncle who died two years after I was born.
It seems hard to believe but we moved into our home in Dallas two months ago today. Even though that day remains a total blur in my memory, we managed to sign the documents and start moving in.Since then we’ve been on the road to Pine Cove, Chicago, Toledo, Haiti, Chicago and Indiana. Even for us, that’s a lot of travel. I’m glad ...
Two weeks ago when we flew to Chicago, I got a message from Chris Fabry asking if I would appear on his radio program to talk about the Moody Pastors Conference and whatever else was on my mind. It turned out that we discussed many personal things, mostly centering on how the Lord led us from Chicago to Tupelo to Dallas and how our lives hav...
In May 1941 my father was assigned to Camp Shelby in MS. His older brother, a medical doctor, advised him to enlist and volunteer for the war that was about to engulf the world. Because Dad had some medical training, the Army assigned him to a medical unit in Nome, Alaska. Back then there was great fear that the Japanese might attack through th…
It’s good to be home again, if only for a few days.
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