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The Christianization of Latin America

I have decided in the wake of my time in the Dominican Republic, and with time spent up to this point studying and learning about the modern missions movement and the state that we are in, to begin to blog about some of what I have seen and experienced in a hope to bring about a larger understanding to the state of missions in our current time. 620 more words


Preaching the Word: Why Bother?

Go ye

The dictionary says that to preach is “to publicly proclaim or teach (a religious message or belief)” or to “earnestly advocate (a belief or course of action).” This earnest proclamation of religious teaching has been a central approach to spreading the Christian message ever since Jesus sent out his disciples in Luke 9:2-3. 452 more words


Glory, Peace & Favor- Advent Thoughts 2

This time of year can be a bit stressful. We have so much to do, we sometimes miss the glory of what God is doing. We look right past it.  319 more words

Church Planting

Radiant Siblings



Unanticipated changes happened in Japan surrounding the Meiji Restoration of 1868. If you were merely seeking historic knowledge of Japan, this would be the first event to know– it helpfully divides centuries of isolation from a new era of foreign interaction and industrialization leading to the present. 1,704 more words



His hands rested easy on the wheel as he waited patiently to merge on to the highway. These hands were obviously made to perform some delicately fine art-form with a thin and slender bone structure. 537 more words


For God loved the world in this way:

He gave His One and Only Son, so that everyone who believes in Him will not perish but have eternal life. 179 more words

Praises, Requests, & Updates




December 16

Matthew 26:34 “I tell you the truth,” Jesus answered, “this very night, before the rooster crows, you will disown me three times.” 227 more words