Category: SVG Missionary

  • God Wants You!

    God Wants You!

    Last weekend I was back in Winston Salem. North Carolina. The town that I called home since the age of twelve. Just for nostalgia, we drove by the house I grew up in, and took a picture. A flood of memories come back as I think about that house, but one stands out above all […]

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  • The Place for Partners

    The Place for Partners

    As a child, Saturday morning always meant doing some extra chores or jobs around the house. But before those started I was able to sit down, and with a large bowl of cereal watch “Saturday morning wrestling.” Some of my favorite matches were tag-team matches which always went the same way The good guys “or […]

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  • Missions Must Have Systematic Theology

    Missions Must Have Systematic Theology

    Most mornings after devotions I work on notes for a Systematic Theology One class that should be taught in early 2019. I’m honored that the Lord has allowed me to do this because in my mind a strong grasp of Systematic Theology is one of the greatest needs on the mission field  This doesn’t mean […]

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  • The Curse of a Safe Mission Field

    The Curse of a Safe Mission Field

    By now most of you have heard about John Allen Chau, a Christian who attempted to evangelize the Sentineleze people with the Gospel, but was martyred. Much has been written about his actions (I personally feel not going with a team or doing proper planning was a mistake) but the coverage of his death reveals […]

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  • When You Can’t See Fruit

    When You Can’t See Fruit

    As a Missionary I know God emphasizes faithfulness (or consistency) over fruit, but that doesn’t mean lack of fruit isn’t depressing. the Lord allowed me to go through two discouraging moments last week.  The first was a service that almost nobody attended (we had sickness, people traveling out of town, and members out of the […]

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