Last year, I had the privilege and honor of mentoring a young man from New Zealand, Eli Savill, who was finishing up his education from Moody Bible College before returning to plant churches in his native land. Eight years ago, I was on New Zealand soil, praying with hundreds of others that God would raise up … More Tomorrow Marks 8 Years Since I Visited New Zealand
Fly Eagles Fly !
I had just finished a message on Deuteronomy 17:14-20, examining the command to the future Kings of Israel of their duty to be men of the Law–of the TORAH. I pointed out the three great results promised in verse 20 would only be gained by following the procedure of verses 18-19. I then suggested that … More Movement or Revival? What do we need?
Sunday Musings Today we begin a new challenge for the church to read through the New Testament and selected portions of the Old Testament in 2018. This is so important. It is important because . . . the law of the Lord is perfect (Psalm 19:7) there is a famine for the word of God … More Why Reading the Bible in 2018 is So Important
Here’s a great way to start the New year. via Piercing an Ear as An Act of Worship
Confession: An annual pleasure: Watching “It’s a Wonderful Life” at Christmas time. This year, we didn’t get to watch the film until after Christmas. But it was still a joy. It goes beyond the fact that Jimmy Stewart was my favorite actor from the growing-up-years of my life. And it goes beyond the encouraging message(s) of the film: … More Breaking the Ice with Your New Neighbor
Saw this video on Facebook and it gave me new insight and incentive to meet more of my neighbors. Let’s be aware of the loneliness of the people around us.