Far too often, no one ministers to the minister. The result is physical and emotional exhaustion.
In their darkness amid the burning incense on the altars…people express their hunger to find and know God.
It was a Sunday morning. Having just finished my sermon, I stood scanning the crowd in a North American church where I had been invited to speak. God’s presence was there. I spotted a visitor toward the back who had all the outward trappings of a woman of the world. She had been invited to … Continue reading Discipleship: A Two-Part Process
HIM stands on the threshold of a triumphant tomorrow, and we embrace the ministry opportunities God is giving us.
He helped me do the right thing without the feeling I needed. Somewhere along the way I felt it—a call.
Muslims want to see Christians who are transparent, authentic, and empowered in their witness by the Holy Spirit.
You will see how GPM continues to push back the powers of darkness through the power of the printed page.
The truth is coal is an imperfect solution to a deadly problem. The cold in Mongolia is killer.
The malls are decorated with lights, balls, and twenty-foot Christmas trees. Santa sits in his little house taking pictures with children. For being such a poor country, the hustle and bustle of the people and the materialism would rival that of the United states. Traditions here are different depending on your social status. The middle … Continue reading Christmas In Honduras
The purpose of the church’s existence is to go into all the world with the gospel, making disciples of every people on earth. This begins at home and then spreads outward in ever widening circles of influence. Missions is the evidence that the church is alive and well. To ignore the lost world beyond our … Continue reading The Role of the Local Church in Missions