Path of Life

Intrigue There is a saying that distance adds intrigue. It is so true. You think of missionary families far away and it intrigues you. You might ask questions such as: Why do you do it? How do you do it? When did you know that you should go? What about...

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Beat the Lie, Stand in Truth

Heart for Malawi In the two short weeks I’ve been here, God has really opened up my heart to the Malawian people. It’s a lot different from America in many ways.  For instance, you can walk down the street, hand someone a tract, and they will stop and talk with...

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Resting in Grace

Pastor Scibelli is here – our Missions Director New Conference and Graduation Hall  Greater Grace Bible College Malawi: 93 graduates Our dear friend Juliette, from the church in Montpellier, France, spent 2 weeks with us. She came to stay with our family and had a real “African experience” with no water...

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Evangelism and Visitation

Two Pillars Two major pillars in church planting are visitation and evangelism. While they are effective in receiving and retaining new visitors, they are met with intense opposition from our own self life and the other kingdom. Do you go to church? On Saturdays we take half of our Bible...

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Malawi Conference & Graduation 2016

MalawiCon 2016 was another significant event marking the continuation of God's faithfulness to the work in Malawi. Pastor Scibelli, the Missions Director of Greater Grace Church, was the guest speaker for the conference and graduation. Fifty students graduated with either a two year certificate or three year diploma. Over three-hundred...

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The Best Years of Our Lives

The Best Years of Our Lives “We’re here because we love people, they respond, and this has been one of the best years of our lives ” Pastor George Arman said recently through a garbled Skype to cell phone connection. This love is the reason Pastor George and his wife,...

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Days and Words and Hearts

These days have been filled. My home has been filled with visitors. Chairs filled with faces. The air filled with words. I listen to the words that come from the faces in the chairs, and what I hear is hearts. I think we suppose that words come only from the...

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Happy “Noah”vember

Thank you to everyone for your prayers. We are coming to the close of our extended period here in the US. We really would have wanted to do a little bit more traveling to our sister churches in the area, but it may have been wishful thinking with a newborn...

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