LIVING WATERS OF GOD MINISTRY...
Kahu Parker, a native Hawaiian island minister, is warm, loving and true to his humble heart. From his strong ties to Hawaii's Royalty and famous paniolo heritage to his teachings from his Grandparents. You can say "ahhh... raised old fashion", but isn't being romantic... old fashioned?
His beliefs comes a long way from his elders who were strong figures in the church and his up bringing, family, and life.
By: Rosemary Parker
Hina's husband Olopana, an influential chief, was already an old man while fair Hina was in the spring of her youth. Dutifully she shared his bed, but her heart longed for her husband's younger brother Kahiki-ula. She often invited her handsome brother-in-law to go berry-picking. He accompanied her gladly to cool springs and creeks. They talked intimately about the lore of herbs. Olopana, aware of his advancing age, resented their friendship, but didn't interfere. Only Hina herself knew if Kahiki-ula was also her lover.
When she gave birth, however, Olopana refused to acknowledge the baby-boy as his son.