The following brief bio is from Kairos Journal. I confess. I love these short snippets on the lives of great men and women. They give me a window to how others have lived a cross-bought life and shape a desire in my heart to live in similar patterns of courage, boldness, and sacrifice for the cause … More The Cross-Bought Life
. Easter Reflections Today in my Easter sunday Message I quoted Scottish medical-missionary, explorer, and abolitionist David Livingston (1813-1873). Missionaries are heroes for me and Livingstone was one of the most courageous even if he was not one of the most effective. No one ever doubted his courage or commitment. He was asked how he … More A Word On Courage, Endurance, and Suffering
Weekend Links All these links are an attempt to equip readers with new ways to build bridges to our culture. Bridges can be large or small, short or tall, beautiful or ugly, but they must be functional. They must take you from the place you are to the place you want to be. I hope … More Gospel Legends? Missional Halloween? Strange Fire? Legalize Contract Killing? and much more
Carve out some time. Get a cup of coffee or a pot of tea. Turn the TV off. Put your book down. Put your Bible aside. Close the door. Don’t be distracted. Watch this video of Dr. Helen Roseveara. You might want to carve out sometime for prayer afterwards.
Wednesday is for Prayer Letter from a missionary out of the jungles of New Guinea. “Man it is great to be in the thick of the battle, to draw the old devil’s heaviest guns, to have him at you with depressions, and discouragements, slander and disease. He doesn’t waste time on lukewarm Christians on the … More Praying Worthy Prayers