I’m not selling anything. I am simply the messenger. The message is simple. I am a citizen and ambassador of a Kingdom. My allegiance is to the King of the Kingdom.I currently dwell in another kingdom, the kingdom of this world and have a dual citizenship in the country in which I was born, the … More The King Has an Announcement
Sunday Afternoon Musings “If a writer sets out to characterize contemporary Western society as given over to materialism and self-seeking, he will find many people agreeing with him. If he sets out to define the Christian ideal of a society based on principles consonant with New Testament teaching, he will likewise find many people agreeing … More Fitting in to the World or Transforming It?
My friend and prayer partner Terry Ivy called today just to say hello and tell me he was praying for me. What an encouragement to know you are being prayed for. Terry, in my opinion, is one of those unsung heroes in a generation enamored with celebrity, size, and bombast. A cancer survivor, a pastor … More Weekend Biography: David Brainerd
One of the most cherished books in my library is The Journal of Jim Elliot. I have read it twice and will soon read it again. Every age has its heroes. Some of them are worthy. Some are just popular for a moment, brilliant flames that draw our attention and then disappear. But men like … More Missions Quote from Jim Elliot
Passing on a shout out for Tiffany D. Smith at (http://tiffanydsmith.wordpress.com) who posted the following: Did you know… Perpetua (the courageous early martyr) was only 22. Athanasius of Alexandria was 29 when he argued successfully for the divinity of Christ at the historic Council of Nicaea in 325 AD. Martin Luther was in his early … More “Shout out” for a young missional blogger