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Annapurna 100 Update, March 2017

Each of us who have committed to running the Annapurna 100 as part our efforts to make a difference in the lives of Nepali school children are in various places in our training and testing.  1,304 more words

Nepal Missions

Electronic Communication in High-Risk Foreign Territories

That title sounds way more formal than it should.

About six months ago, several people hosted a party for a friend returning from a very dangerous country in North Africa. 519 more words

Christian Missions

The Biggest Lesson of Them All

I’ve been learning a lot. That’s to be expected I suppose. :)

I’ve been learning French, and now a few words in Senoufo (a native language spoken in and around Korhogo). 900 more words


The Message of Jesus and Political-Bourgeois American Christianity

The Message of Jesus and Political-Bourgeois American Christianity

If the Gospel of Jesus Christ is Good News for all and indeed Good news for the poor, it must also be Good News for all refugees and for all people in the world, not just for Christian refugees and the Christian poor. 893 more words

President Trump's Inaugural Address and the death of America's God

President Trump’s Inaugural Address and the death of America’s God

George F. Will of The Washington Post dubbed President Trump’s inaugural speech “A most dreadful inaugural address,” which also bears the title of his opinion piece.  300 more words

He Is There (Redeeming all Cultures) and He is Not Silent - By Richard A. Shenk

To become a Christian is to be a traitor to one’s culture. A traitor to one’s country. A traitor to one’s family. So it seemed to the military leader of Japan, a Daimyo (a feudal lord and samurai) named, Toyotomi Hideyoshi. 2,803 more words

Christ And Culture

About - Rick Roehm - contributor at ChristianBlessings

Since 1988 I’ve been writing and doing service for the Lord. It all began in 1987 after a personal walk began with the Lord. This personal walk with the Lord turned into extensive Bible studies; and later evolved into blogging in early 2000. 250 more words