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Allsbury Sid Mary 1977 Germany

Allsbury Sid Mary 1977 Germany

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SID
AND
MARY
ALLSBURY
FRANKFURT,
GERMANY
May
1977
Newsletter
Greetings
from
Germanyi
Here sbringing
youwarm
greetings
and
wishes
for
all
bless
ings
in
Christ.
 e
sure
hope
that
throughGod sgraceyou ve-
gained
advantageoverproblemsand
realized
faith
andcourage
in
every
spiritual
challenge.
Life
in
our
New
World
 o
offense
to
the
Sunflower
State
but
Ialways
secretly
prayed Lord,
anywhere
butwesternKansas. Ithink
wh£x:e__
we
livenorthofKarlsruhe
is
the
Kansas
of
German^ ^^^^
1
at
But,
we
reallylike
living
here
so
who
knows,
 Look-out
Kansas
All
around
ourvillageof
Graben
there
ar^^.s^ara^a,
fields.
The
Germans
don t
allowasparagus
to
break through
 the
soil
so
It
remains
white.
Twenty-two
of
the
twenty-eitht
children
in
Randy
sschool
class
said
yes
when
asked
if
their
parents
have
asparagus
fields.
We ve
learned
to
love
it
too.
Our
landlord
gives
us
the
broken
pieces
they
can t
sell.
Asparagus
isn t
all
they ve
givenus.
 e
now
havetwo
kittens,
 Tinker
and
Tiger.Really,
that s
part
ofthe
fun
of
living
in
ahouse.
It s
a
lot
easier
to
have
pets
than
in
an
apart-
And
the
children
aren t
the
only
ones
who
enjoy
the
pets
either
 
If
my
dad
could
only
see
his
son
work
in
our
vegtable
garden.
He dnever
believe
it s
the
same
boy
who
complained
soabout
pulling
weeksand
picking
green
beans.
We
are
getting
a
real
pleasure
from
the
garden
and
I
think
it
is
the
perfect
change-
of-pace
from
the
demands
of
otherthings.
We
have
planted
sweet
corn
which
sure
looks
funny
in
a
German
garden.
German
people
do
not
eat
much
corn.
As
as
when
you
see
us
and
we ll
tell
you
all
about
our
gaiden.
Coffee
House
I
hope
we ve
just
about
got
settled
in
the
Coffee
House.
That
doesn t
mean
we ve
done
much,
but
settled.
Moving
is
so
hectic.
Little
jobs
require
twice
as
much
time
when
books
are
not
in
their
places
importantpapers
can be
be
found
andwhen
one
doesn t
know
the
local
stores
but
slowly
we
are
emerging
from
survival
efforts
to
planning
and
working
those
plans.
Serendipity
Workshop
 ./
One
of
the
benefits
I mlookingforwardto
is
theopportunity
to
take
partin
workshops
presented
by
various
groups
for
U.S.
personnel
in
Europe.
We ve
really
missed
training
workshops
that
are
oftenavailable
in
the
U.S.
 
first
workshop
was
a
Serendipity
training
program.
Areyou
familiar
with
 yman
Coleman s
Serendipity
program?
Tome
it
was
an
answer
to
prayer
I
had
prayed
both
for
ideas
to
use
in
the
CoffeeHouse
and
for
help
in
bringing
unity
to
our
many
scattered
interests.
Serendipity
helps
people
to
be
themselves
and
allows
others
to
do
the
same.
It
looks
on
the
surface
like
a
lot
of
games
buteverything
has
its
purpose.
People
first
get
acquainted
and
thenshare
some
of
their
feelings
with
their
small
group.
Haveyou
ever
listed
the
ten
things
you d
goback
into
your
burning
home
to
rescue
once
the
family
was
safe?
It
really
helps
recognize
where
you
place
values
doesn t
it
We
put
on
a
Serendipity
event
here
at
the
Coffee
House
on
 ay
14th.
1
felt
it
wasa
real
step
in
the
right
direction.
Severalexpressed
gratitude.
 
otherwise
at
the
Coffee
House
A
lot
of
time
at
the
Coffee
House
is
spent
just
keeping
the
place
open-
We
keep
it
open
seven
days
a
week
from
4:00
PM
till
midnight.
There
are
two
or
three
we
are
especially
praying
for
but
really,
manymore
get
bits
of
help
andhave
a
better
place
to
 hand-out
than
the
barsorclubs
in
thearea.
Some
just
like
to
get
out
of
their
room.
Pray
for
Tony.
He s
resisting
God,
given
to
 much
wine
and
yet
knows
we
love
him.
He
comes
to
the
Coffee
House
alot
Arnie
is
a
swellfellow
who
is
trying
to
live
a
Christian
life
since
he
came
to
Germany.
His
wife
in
the
U.S.
wants
a
divorce
There
are
others
but
you
get
the
idea
I m
sure.
Our
team
here
consists
of
myself
ill
Farmerand
Terri
Casteel.
Each
has
a
special
place
in
keeping
the
place
going
and
we
depend
upon
the
others
when
we
need
special
time
to
be
away.
Which
brings
up
another
subject
calling
with
Rick
Deighton.
Rick
Deighton
Rick
and
Delia
have
been
in
Germany
for
almostseven
years.
We
metthem
at
Ozark
BibleCollege,
Rick
has
surely
used
his
gifts
fromGod
e
is
presently
at
Heilbronn
and
making
plans
toreturn
tothe
U.S.
We ll
miss
them,
for
sure.
Rick
and
I
had
beenwanting
to
go
calling
togetherfor
some
time.
He
and
I
both
havebeen
corresponding
with
Donald
Reeves
who
is
in
the
German
prison.
Our
first
goal
was
to
go
see
Donald.
May
 
and
3
was
the
first
chance
to
make
that
trip
as
theprison
is
almost
to
the
boarder
on
the
east
side
of
Germany.
Karlsruhe
is
on
the
west
side.
We
were
able
to
visit
Donalo
but
not
too
long.
We
tried
to
Lake
him
rots
of
literature
but
they
only
allowed
us
to
leave
the
two
Bibles
and
a
set
of
sermonsfrom
the
North
American
Christian
convention.
Later
that
day
we
visited

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