Tag Archives: African missions

Take the Long View

…the long view often frustrates me. I want to alert everyone to what I see needs to be done, admonish everyone with biblical wisdom and practical application, pass out a written plan where everyone has a specific job to do, … Continue reading

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Meeting Immeasurable Needs

“If you are a Christian, you are not your own. Christ has bought you at the price of His own death. You now belong doubly to God: He made you, and He bought you. That means your life is not your … Continue reading

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An Equal Opportunity God?

Today a young man will wake up in an African village. He will not read from Scripture over a cup of hot coffee. There is no such thing as coffee in his village… nor are there any Bibles. He will … Continue reading

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Guest Post… it’s Hosanna!

Ice on the ground… dressed in extremely non-floridian attire… please tell me Hosanna is drinking hot chocolate from her ice cream cone!  As you know, Matt, Gayle, Ezra, Thea, and Hosanna are residing in Canada, picking up a little French dressing for … Continue reading

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