Monthly Archives: September 2011

Finishing the Great Commission: Great new video from the Jesus Film Project

You will want to see this new video from the Jesus Film Project of Campus Crusade/CRU. (4 minutes). It shows in vivid detail that the Church is making amazing progress in reaching the world for Jesus. I must point out … Continue reading

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The pain that never ends: Do we have our priorities right?

I was teaching about missions in a church a few months back, and midstream, God dropped a bomb on me. (When He said He would give us the words we need to speak in every occasion, He meant it.) It … Continue reading

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“All we can do is pray…” Big sigh

Having visited and worked with Christians in almost 20 countries, and having lived in four different countries, I can tell you that the vast majority of Christians do not understand the purpose and power of talking to Jesus…what we often … Continue reading

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God’s anointing

A friend of mine asked me to write a little bit about God’s anointing and how I have seen this in my work as a missionary. I thought I would share this here. It’s not the “full treatment”…my goodness, entire … Continue reading

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For true happiness and contentment, give your life for people

What are the “Ten happiest jobs”? I’m actually not that surprised. A favorite old song says “Two things last forever: the Word of God, and the souls of men.” (Yes ladies, you too!) When we follow the Lord, and give … Continue reading

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