Sick And Saved

In a foreign country with a foreign disease that has a 65-90 percent mortality rate. That was the plight of 2 American doctors earlier this month. They had contracted Ebola while serving others less fortunate in west Africa. Dr. Kent Brantley and Dr. Nancy Writebol were placing the needs, health and well-being of others above... Continue Reading →

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Stand With Our Iraqi Family

In case you weren't aware, there is anarchy in Iraq. Last week, as terrorists took over, the condition of the country deteriorated. Our brothers and sisters, Iraqi believers, are being executed, severely attacked and driven out of their homes. They are begging for our intercession on their behalf before our almighty God. According to Christianity... Continue Reading →

Letters To Kim Jong Un – Missions Monday

What would you say to someone who has imprisoned and tortured 30,000 of your brothers and sisters in Christ? That's exactly what North Korean President, Kim Jong Un, has done to those in his country who confess Jesus as their Lord. For example, according to "Voice of the Martyrs" website: “A witness saw a young... Continue Reading →

Missions Monday – The 10/40 Window

Where is the gospel needed most? Well, everywhere, by everyone, always. However, there is a strategic way of looking at the places in the world where the gospel has yet to be shared or that has very few believers altogether. This is the 10/40 Window. The Joshua Project is an very helpful site for the pulse... Continue Reading →

Jesus the Bassmaster…sort of

And when he had finished speaking, he said to Simon, “Put out into the deep and let down your nets for a catch.” And Simon answered, “Master, we toiled all night and took nothing! But at your word I will let down the nets.” And when they had done this, they enclosed a large number of... Continue Reading →

My Soundtrack For Missions

We've all had music in our head. We walk to the beat. We pretend the rhythm is the commentary on whatever we're doing or thinking. Swelling chord progressions and shredding solos can send us to millions of places in our minds. Feelings of worship, excitement, drama or lamentations can overcome us when we "hear" the... Continue Reading →

Shrugging At Brilliance

How can we shrug at the creative brilliance of God? Or say "meh" to magnificence? His handiwork in the things He has made demands a response: our pause, meditation and thankfulness for grace. Our worship. Those of us awestruck by creation see an artistry beyond comprehension. From the intricate detail of the tiny, fuzzy, creeping... Continue Reading →

The Costa Rica Effect

Costa Rica is one of the most beautiful places I've ever seen. The towering mountains and lush, vibrant vegetation make it's landscape simply breath-taking. But aside from the aesthetics, the people are beautiful. Through their hospitality they have shown me what it truly looks like to serve others. Many of the believers here have already... Continue Reading →

Our Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria Need Jesus Too.

Paul said in Romans that it was his ambition to preach where Christ was not already named.  He was obedient to take the gospel to people and not just invite them to an event or program.  As it was with Paul, so let it be with us.  Let us not be slow to take the... Continue Reading →

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