Tag: missionary

  • Great Faith

    Great Faith

    From a family that I admire greatly! Great Faith – This is the first time since Daddy’s homegoing that I have taken the opportunity to write the email. As I sat down to write, my mind went back to the last couple of times I wrote the email before Daddy went to Heaven. In one…

  • Authority – Matthew and John

    Authority – Matthew and John

    Authority – Matthew and John, two of the great penman of God’s Word, not the Authors of the Book, share the great truth that Christ has the Power and Judgment. These two together impress upon us the greatness of Christ’s Authority. Authority – Matthew and John Church, layman, deacon, missionary, teacher, pastor — Don’t forget…

  • Primitive or Progressive

    Primitive or Progressive

    Primitive or Progressive – A friend of mine, who is now with the Lord in Heaven, understood, as do I, that the Church needs a reboot. These next few thoughts are for your admonition and opportunity to analyze and critically think about our position as the local Body of Christ. The building – Are we…

  • Great Witness

    Great Witness

    Great Witness – One of the greatest witnesses in the Bible is the woman in John chapter 4. Taking up at verse 16: 16 Jesus saith unto her, Go, call thy husband, and come hither. 17 The woman answered and said, I have no husband. Jesus said unto her, Thou hast well said, I have no husband:…

  • Passionless Believers

    Passionless Believers

    Passionless Believers – From a missionary whom I admire and appreciate as a catalyst of encouragement. We have passionless believers because we have purposeless believers. It’s not what we do, but who we know!    

  • Asleep at the Wheel

    Asleep at the Wheel

    Asleep at the Wheel – From a missionary in the middle east, and for security reasons I won’t share his name (Now in Heaven) God’s people are hitting the snooze button on God’s alarm clock. In the days and weeks following the terrorist attacks, patriotism was at a high point, church buildings were filled with…

  • Lessons From the Pause

    Lessons From the Pause

    From a Missionary whom I highly respect and pray for – Lessons From the Pause – Ironically, we are grateful for these days of lockdown here in Baghdad. It is allowing us to get caught up on much-needed work. After many months of travel and constant movement from meeting to meeting, we are enjoying the…