Eternally Secure

We praise God for the opportunities He is giving us in this year 2016, Hallelujah!!! Eternal life Today we had one of our best street evangelism times! I came home crying tears of joy for the privilege of proclaiming the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. I talked about “Eternity.”  I started...

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Adventures in Budapest

Greetings from Budapest! We thank you for your continued prayers, and are excited to share some of what God has been doing recently in our family’s life. It is a great privilege to walk with God in a new and unfamiliar place. There are so many lessons to learn, and so many ways we see Him...

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The Best Year of Our Lives

“We’re here because we love people and they respond,” Pastor George Arman said recently through a garbled Skype to cell phone connection. This love is the reason Pastor George and his wife, Carol, both 76 years old, left their familiar, secure life in America last year and moved to Malawi,...

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An Easy Yoke

On a recent Sunday, we shared a message on our freedom in grace based on Jesus saying, “My yoke is easy (gracious, kind) and My burden is light.”  For me, and I think for the church, it was a definitive message. It was a message that has been marinating for...

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Door Openers

Nepal is a wonderful place to be right now in the call of God! Yes, of course the most wonderful place to be for each of us is in the call of God – wherever that is! Many, many doors are open and there is a great need for Biblical...

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Days and Words and Hearts

But, I play nurse and seek to hear symptoms so that clarity might be given to the essence of their disease. The disease of humanity apart from this one Word. In this nursing, I find that souls are simpler than bodies. Bodies need many different treatments, but the life of...

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What’s Happening in Mae Sot?

We are moving forward in planting a church and a Bible school in Mae Sot. I am convinced this is the place God wants us. There are several factories, full of Burmese workers, located within walking distance from us. My hope is that, before the next semester begins, God would...

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