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History belongs to the intercessors who believe the future into being. – Walter Wink   I was listening to a missions podcast recently where the host was interviewing a seasoned missionary about his life and work overseas.  What struck me about the interview was not the content of the show, but rather the interruption that took place … More 9:38

LET GO

I fell out of my family’s green Ford Maverick when I was about 4 years old.  I remember it vividly.  My dad was driving my sister and I to a Lawson’s convenience store and somehow my foot got wedged in the door handle. As we were approaching an intersection…whoosh…plop.  I fell out. The incident left me no bodily scars, … More LET GO

SURPRISES

I like surprises.  I know some hate them, but deep down do they really?  Jane Austen wrote, “Surprises are foolish things. The pleasure is not enhanced, and the inconvenience is often considerable.”  I disagree. I remember one surprise in particular that was especially shocking.  The last summer before Erin and I were to marry I … More SURPRISES

TSIANISIHA

We are training local believers in our home church in Toliara to reach the village of Tsianisiha.  The village has no church, but we are praying for person’s of peace to open the door to the gospel.

JOURNAL ENTRIES: EVANGELISM CONFERENCE

(DISCLAIMER:  The following are unedited entries from my ministry journal.  Please forgive the poor grammar and excessive use of ellipses.) MASIKORO EVANGELISM CONFERENCE Day 1 – Travel Day: I spent the majority of my time Saturday picking up each of the students from their perspective villages. got a call from Pastor Jonoro letting me know … More JOURNAL ENTRIES: EVANGELISM CONFERENCE