It’s very calm outside right now. The light breeze and pleasantly warm weather make it seem this could be another day in Paradise. But from what I hear, it won’t be. We’ll see what the 7 a.m. update says, but as of 11 last night, Matthew was expected to be a Category 4 hurricane tonight […]
Shame showed on Mesari’s face as she read 1 Timothy 6:6-8: Now godliness with contentment is great gain. For we brought nothing into this world and it is certain we can carry nothing out. And having food and clothing, with these we shall be content. Mesari, who is helping Elli Schlegel translate 1 Timothy into […]
Huajojo wronged Jairo, but now they share faith in Christ.
Some things we’ve been learning at church recently about sacrifice and obedience got me thinking about the parable of the tower.
What’s dedication look like to you? Got a picture in mind yet? Now compare that with this Bible teacher from the Abau tribe in Papua New Guinea, who teaches in a neighboring village each week. Here’s what he said: “Every Wednesday I leave our village and go to this other village to share God’s talk […]
“I want my last weeks to have been spent on the front lines. I want my last days to have been spent commending Jesus to the unreached with a smile on my face no matter how much pain I may be in.”
What God asked of Moipi was big, and she had some very big fears. On top of that, it turned out her fears were very real.
There's really no way of telling if the people you pass in the aisles of the store, the folks pumping gas on the next island over, or the families playing the park are Christians ... is there?
I want to introduce you to a character with a lot of character.