Through the Clouds

Gloom Finally! Spring has arrived in Budapest. The past few mornings I have woken up to the sun shining in my window. It seems like this winter was especially long. It’s gloomy, dark, and lonely here in the winter. A lot of people don’t realize it, but it’s true. Whole...

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Brother M’s Testimony

Meeting Brother M We visited a brother whom we had never met before. We had only had conversations over the phone and the Internet. It was a 150 miles trip to his town. When we entered his home, we were met by a man paralyzed from neck down. Crippling Disease...

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Cambodia Call

Never Heard Our trip to Cambodia this past August gave an amazing glimpse into what God is doing and will do in a loving but broken country. Every moment of the trip, it was so evident that something extraordinary was happening. We would meet a person for lunch or just sit and “teach”...

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Build the Expectation

Excitement With EuroCon less than a month away, there’s plenty of buzz around home base.   In passing conversation it’s commonplace to hear phrases like, Are you going to Budapest, or Did you buy your ticket yet?  It’s exciting, and people are getting ready to go, at least logistically. And while it’s important...

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Glimpse of Glory – Ecuador

Many hours and many miles was their way. Hot humid air didn’t deter their hungry hearts. Beautiful dark faces with bright smiles fill the room as worship began. They greet each other with a holy kiss and find their place. Clapping and joyous singing radiates from each person and every...

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Christmas Rally

Heart for Missions

“I have but one candle of life to burn, and I would rather burn it out in a land filled with darkness than in a land flooded with light” — John Keith Falconer “God’s work done in God’s way will never lack God’s supply” — Hudson Taylor”God isn’t looking for...

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Apartment Building Building Condominium Condo

Tears of Joy

We quietly entered the building under the cover of night. The concrete building had that familiar musty smell. We got into the elevator and went to the eighth floor. As I entered the apartment I glanced around the room, many faces met my eyes, brothers and sisters with fervent hearts...

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“M” in Missions

God Loves God loves people more than anything. His love moves us to reach out and gather all to His table of grace. Whosoever will may come! Jesus had a mission wherever He went, to glorify His Father and to make known the glorious gospel. Momentum Missions is a powerful...

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Washed Up for the New Year

Bathhouse Tradition Today is the last day of January, and I am enjoying the Lunar New  Year break from Bible college by catching up on some reading and doing some Bible college class preparation today. And, oh yeah, I went into town to take a bath. About every two weeks...

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Four Churches, One Building

The Project Recently, I was asked if I could design a wall covering for the Chapel at GGIS. One of my hobbies is woodworking and I do a lot of stuff with pallets in the US so the idea was to make a pallet wall behind the stage. I asked...

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