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Love Letters

Guest post by Michelle Chitwood, wife of KBC Executive Director-Treasurer Paul Chitwood I can remember the first love letter I wrote to my husband. It was Valentines Day 1982. I was in the 6th grade. I carefully picked out the perfect card for Paul. It was adorned with the famous comic strip character Ziggy. I […]

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Lessons in Love

Michelle and I celebrate our 20th wedding anniversary on July 31st. Our courtship began in middle school. Apart from a few periods of teenage drama, we have actually been together for 30 years. The Proverbs say, “He who finds a wife finds what is good and receives favor from the LORD” (18:22). How thankful I […]

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Spring Break in Haiti with Crossings International Mission Camp

The Chitwoods, minus our six year old daughter, Cai, had the privilege of spending spring break on a mission trip in Haiti earlier this month. With the approval of Michelle’s doctors (she is doing great!), we signed up for the Crossings International Mission Camp. Not only did the trip allow us to serve the Haitian […]

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Chemo is Over!

Chemo is over! How thankful we are for God’s faithfulness and for the prayers of His people! Michelle has faired well through her surgeries and treatments and appears to be on the road to complete recovery. Of course, those who have walked through the valley of cancer know that recovery doesn’t mean “back to life […]

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An Apology

“Be shepherds of God’s flock that is under your care, serving as overseers—not because you must, but because you are willing, as God wants you to be; not greedy for money, but eager to serve.” (1 Peter 5:2) As a pastor for 18 years, I wanted desperately to be a faithful shepherd of God’s flock. […]

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