It’s Bed Time!

I have slept most of my life on a waterbed. I guess I’m just an old hippie, but I like them. However, Barbie talked me into buying a new bed. It’s a traditional bed, and I hate to admit it—but it is so comfortable! Whether it is comfort, relaxation, sleep, or whatever—it’s like this bed has changed my life. It wasn’t that expensive, but what an investment it was. If you are bed shopping, contact me, and I’ll tell you about it. I love my bed, and I can’t imagine what it would be like not to have it. I don’t even want to go back to my waterbed. And I certainly can’t imagine not having a bed at all…. Read more »

Give Your First Christmas Gift!

Yes, we know it’s only October, but in just a few short weeks, Christmas will be here! Children all over the world will climb into bed, force their eyes shut and anxiously await the gifts that will be under the tree. Maybe you remember similar experiences from your childhood. But can you imagine being a child and not getting a present? It happens all over the world. But CRF is trying to do something about that. At CRF, we have the joy of giving Christmas gifts to thousands of children every year! It’s one of the most exciting things we get to do. And we want to invite you to join us! Every year, every child in the CRF program… Read more »

Hurricanes: Asking the Right Question

Five hundred gallon water tanks were blown off the roof. Then the roof was blown off. Roads collapsed and washed away. Water wells were contaminated. Water sources were completely under water. This is what Bobby Moore and I saw as we observed the aftermath of Hurricane Irma in northern Haiti. And this wasn’t as bad as the damage in Puerto Rico, the Florida Keys or south Texas. Martin Luther King, Jr. in his last sermon talked of the story of the Good Samaritan. He said the parable revolved around two questions. Upon seeing the distressed man on the side of the road, the priest and Levite asked, “What will happen to me if I help?” Dr. King said that was… Read more »