Labels. We may not like them, we may even hate them, but we all have them — tall, short, married, single, smart, skinny, needs improvement, overrated. Just hang out with a kid, they’ll label you in a second. “Your nose is too big!” shouts one snotty-nose child. “You dress funny!” sarcastically screams another. My latest … More THE HUNCHBACK of MANDROSOA
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.
If you were to google “Pray for Ankililoaka” on the internet you would be taken to a link with a schedule for their Islamic prayer times. Islam is greatly overshadowed in Madagascar by ancestor worship, but my research reminded me of the spiritual war being fought everyday around the world and especially here in Madagascar. … More PRAY FOR ANKILILOAKA
And how can they preach unless they are sent? As it is written, “How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news!” It was Saturday, the end of another week filled with the ups and downs of life. I was in a “pit of despair” the week before and God hand delivered such … More BEAUTIFUL FEET