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Monthly Archives: March 2012

Blowing kisses…touching Heaven

Every Child we encounter could be a divine appointment and we should never underestimate the power of that moment. I would soon find this out last week when I walked into the restaurant that we had grown to frequent on our trips to India. I had no sooner sat down than a young Indian father approached me with his 4-year-old … Continue reading

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To go or not to go

The news feeds I read from Nigeria everyday have been filled with conflict. Our Christian brothers and sisters in the northern and middle belt areas of Nigeria have endured attacks by suicide bombers on churches, drive by shootings, churches burned and warnings to leave. Sadly, retaliation killings by “Christian” youth have also occurred. I have been to Nigeria more than … Continue reading

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Discipleship means showing up

Monday mornings generally mark the start of a new work week, and for me, that means a very early morning at the gym.  We meet, we pray, and we hit it hard.  Our small group builds accountability, discipline, and strength.  We set goals to increase a healthy dose of spiritual, emotional, and physical strength, and in order to enjoy it all, … Continue reading

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Beautiful Feet and the Good News of those who Go

When I think of feet, lots of interesting thoughts enter my mind.  Of all the images that race through my head, none of them would be characterized as “beautiful.”  When Paul reflected upon the missionary call, he called the messenger’s feet “beautiful” (Romans 10:14-15).  Jesus’ followers were willing to leave the comforts of home in order to carry the gospel … Continue reading

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