- Thursday, 29 November 2012 04:19
- Paul Hunter
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I didn't advertise. I didn't solicit. I wasn't even looking to add such a prominent person to our "staff." But I just got the surprise of my life!
We have attempted to be faithful to the work we are committed to in Uganda. We work hard. We stay green so we can grow and not get ripe so we rot. We are diligent students of the culture. We usually turn to the Lord when we fail. And God seems to grant us a good measure of favor in what we do in building people. And we seek to give Him the glory when He does.
- Monday, 18 June 2012 09:30
- Shayla Raymond
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So I have a story to share about fruit, about inheritance about divine moments….Twenty years ago, when I was just 14 years old my parents dragged me kicking and screaming away from my friends to Venezuela, South America. It was the second long-term missionary venture of my life, the first being to Guatemala for 3 years of my childhood. We would spend nearly 3 years in Venezuela and as it turns out I was just as sad to leave my friends there as I was to leave the U.S. three years before.
- Friday, 13 April 2012 11:03
- Steve Crosby
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The unsearchable riches of grace that accrue to believers can obscure God’s eternal purpose for His children, and the planet. If we’re not careful, we can preach and teach a human-centered gospel: a gospel that emphasizes the benefits of salvation to us, and neglects what Father desires to accomplish in and through us, for Himself, and the benefit of others. Not only do we have an inheritance in Christ and in the heavenlies, but Father also has an inheritance in the saints.
- Thursday, 29 September 2011 10:55
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When you produce much fruit, you are my true disciples. This brings great glory to my Father. (John 15:8)
- Monday, 12 September 2011 10:46
- Bonnie Jaeckle
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Oh how sweet it is to be “home!” For days I’ve been experiencing many “simple things,” as if for the first time. It seems that I can’t inhale the refreshing air deeply enough into my pollution-filled lungs! I’m captivated by the beauty of all the trees and wild flowers around our twenty acres! I could sit for hours and listen to the multitude of birds singing! The taste of a big, juicy, grilled hamburger is delectable! The peace and quiet of our little country home is like music to my over-stimulated ears and mind! And…..it is so nice to spend some time alone! Yet, in many ways, I miss the Philippines.