Find the Fantastic

Look Around What is more magical: a beanstalk that reaches to the clouds or a stalk that produces beans? An enchanted apple that puts the princess to sleep or a magical tree that grows fruit without any enchantment at all? In G.K. Chesterton’s masterpiece orthodoxy, he calls this “Elfland”. A...

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“A Wee Thought” about Ireland

10 Short Days and God’s Fingerprints As I look back on my ten short days in Ireland and Northern Ireland, I can’t help but to compare the amount of vast untouched beauty the island holds to the amount of structure and intricacy that the people have brought to the land. ...

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Jack Phiri

His eyes are always filled with compassion (I guess after having ten children in one of the poorest places on earth you might learn a thing or two about compassion). His clothes are mismatched, old and worn, but he brings such dignity to them that they might as well be...

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Chinese Dumplings & Salvations

Yesterday we opened our house to the Chinese church for a BBQ, fellowship, and Bible study. This is about the sixth time we have done this, and every time it is an incredible blessing. It seems there are always people that God is drawing, and there are always salvations. This...

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The Shepherd on the Inside

This past Friday I was able to substitute for Pastor Steve Scibelli, teaching the Life of David Bible college class while he was in Togo Africa. Pastor Luigi Palmieri was also able to travel there with him. The subject of the class was  the Life of David as a Shepherd, a Pastor....

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Hitting the Bull’s-Eye

Over the past six months, I have had the privilege of traveling to many Greater Grace churches in many places around the world. The gracious invitations of the churches provided open doors of opportunity for me to preach in seven Hungarian churches, evangelize and preach in Zenta, Serbia, lead three...

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Victory Parade

Every year on Good Friday, our 17 Greater Grace Churches in Mumbai target one area of our city of 20 million and do a victory march on the street to tell the public the meaning of the holiday. This past Good Friday, 250 church members gathered in Virar for the...

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