Great semester with International students!

We have had an awesome time with International college students this semester. Finals are this week, so it is almost over. I had help with the weekly meals which was wonderful. Thanks Syretha, Connie, Chris, and Jessica!  And Bill’s Bible studies were thought-provoking as always.

Here are some pictures of happenings through the semester. We had a cookout and hay ride. Most had never been on one.

Here are some more. Thanksgiving at The House. We served about 70 or so.

Here are some Christmas time pictures.

He lifts up a banner for the distant nations, he whistles for those at the ends of the earth. Here they come, swiftly and speedily! Isaiah 5:26

This represents a bit of the time with a lot of people I’ve grown to love! Blessings to all of you!



My friend from Nepal suffers with her family #Nepal #Nepalearthquake

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Several hundred students from Nepal attend the University of Central Oklahoma. Rosemary, one of Nepalese student, is majoring in nursing. She has come to our home Bible studies and attended our church, Henderson Hills Baptist Church, since she arrived last … Continue reading


Awesome addition to “The House”

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Minji: I had no family here

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I grew up in Bundang, a suburb of Seoul, and studied at a South Korean college, Seoul Women’s University. I went to New Zealand to study language for half a year and then spent eight months in Australia. I found … Continue reading


Vivi: A Father’s Love

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College took Vivi over six thousand miles away from her Buddhist family in Indonesia. Her prayer as a new Christian was that God would teach her more about Him because she didn’t know Him well. For several years, Vivi and … Continue reading


Yeongeun: Prayer in Different Languages

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Hello. This is Yeongeun from South Korea. I lived in the HHBC international college house as the only Korean student for about one and a half year. It was a casual Sunday evening in spring when I visited the special white house with … Continue reading


Wenxian: God opened the eyes of my heart

My name is Wenxian and I am from the People’s Republic of China. In China we were always taught that there is no God, and that religious beliefs could never be true. However, I kept wondering about where all the … Continue reading


Anonymous: Hindu finds peace

I grew up in Nepal and my family is Hindu. Religion was something I grew up with but I never really understood it. I attended a private school beginning in the second grade and every morning in assembly line we … Continue reading


Daisy: Bullied at School

Born in Shaoxing, near Shangai, my family moved around a lot because my father was in the military. I am an only child. When I was in the fifth grade, we moved from a small village to a larger town and I … Continue reading


Yai: I was a Buddhist Monk

I was born and grew up in Krabi, Thailand. A few decades ago, at 25 years old, I became a Buddhist monk searching for the true happiness of life. At the monastery I was in, we ate one meal per … Continue reading