Welcome to Telbat’s Tablet! This is Dee today with a couple of short stories from David Telbat’s first blogging days. They both feature early COIL characters on missions—one in Belarus, and one in Brunei.
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Now, enjoy these two Christian short stories.
Secure Worship, Part I—Belarus
by D.I. Telbat
Jesse “Milk” Patters watched the surveillance monitor that was installed in a small room of a Belarusian church. The building doubled during the day as a community center, but tonight, it was a gathering place for believers. On Milk’s screen, a tall figure in dark clothes prowled from shadow to shadow, inching closer to their building. The rest of the city was quiet.