We recently received a call from our director telling us that our 97% supported number was skewed by supporters who made commitments that were not kept. He was apologizing to us for making what was obviously a difficult call for him. What he didn’t know was that on this side of the world we could … Continue reading Not Fully Supported?! But Of Course We ARE!
Lately it seems that many different people and ministries are touting themselves as the definition of discipleship – or missions – or evangelism – or whatever. Some of what is out there is very interesting and even very helpful. But much of it comes from a closed view of what the world is and who … Continue reading THIS – is Discipleship!
I'm pictured here with the dearest friend I ever had - the late, Barbara Jean Brown-Lewis. it seemed that there were always words enough to express what we felt, tears enough to weep together and joy enough to share. But I find that this is not always the case. Recently I tried to apologize to … Continue reading Strong Love!
Pastor Lloyd Chinn breaks down from the scriptures God's heart on reaching the nations globally. Lloyd gives a biblical basis and foundation why any believer should do missions and how the Gospel is for everyone. Missions was not made for the church, the church was created to do missions and be an extension of what God is doing in the world.
It breaks my heart as a missionary when I hear ministers of the gospel – whether pastors or missionaries or worship leaders or etc. etc. etc. – complain about the hardships that come with their ministries. It breaks my heart because whatever God has called us to – He ALWAYS is faithful to give us … Continue reading Complain and Compare? — or Rejoice in the Lord?