Eliza Davis George was born in 1879. In December 1913 she left Texas for New York; and on December 12, 1913, she sailed from New York to Liberia as a National Baptist missionary. Eliza and another missionary opened a school for children in the interior of Liberia, where there were few missionaries or churches. They called … Continue reading Eliza Davis George – Liberia; served from 1913 to 1972
When dealing with this kind of healing - a situation where my salvation in Christ and my strong dependence upon the Father and my strong listening to the Holy Spirit is real - there is just no way for me to be in fear. My rules from the doctor in these first two weeks is … Continue reading Encouraged … believing the healing is coming
This entry is intended to educate all of my loved ones about what our time in the USA will look like. We are on Home Assignment – we are not on furlough. A furlough is like a leave of absence and is usually granted to service personnel (i.e. Army, Navy, etc.); to prisoners; or are … Continue reading Home Assignment Versus Furlough
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?