I wrote last week about the wonderful experience we had with our granddaughter Anna the last week we were in Europe for LST. Again, taking your grandkids with you when you do mission work is truly a formative memory for them. 1,153 more words
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Can you conceive of the amount of effort invested, the energy expended, the time in preparation, the contacts made, as well as the preaching and teaching that was necessary to consolidate the converts, and the necessity of renewing the occultists that had been set free while Paul was in Ephesus. 655 more words
Sherrylee and I have just finished spending most of the month of November in Europe, visiting mission sites and talking to some of the most committed Christian people in the world about how to accomplish more for His Kingdom and how to talk to more people about Jesus. 985 more words
I am not exaggerating when I say that we know what Paul was doing every day of his mission in Ephesus. It’s all in the text of Acts. 633 more words
Greet every saint in Christ Jesus. The brethren who are with me greet you (Philippians 4:21).
While we need not linger too long in our making monuments of moments, for our God is ever moving, I am compelled to share a fond memory of His engagement, one involving the ChristianBlessings ministry.645 more words
Paul having left the Synagogue is now ministering with what I believe was a mixture of sermonic addresses and intense discussion in a secular school building known as, “The School of Tyrannus.” But note, according to the Amplified Bible it was everyday from 10am to 3pm. 633 more words