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The final years of our missionary life was spent in placing and leading teams in Central Asia. We lived in Tash kent, Uzb ekistan for five years. During those years the country was wide open for us to be there … Continue reading
If you’re on the mission field, chances are you are leading a ministry or involved on a team that’s expecting to make some type of lasting impact in your situation. Perhaps you’ve even dreamed about or talked with others about … Continue reading
Here’s an interesting article on a subject I broached some time ago, cohabitation of couples without marrying. I took it from the angle of “biblical immorality.” This article takes a look at what happens to people who co-habit based on … Continue reading
This blog post is from Mark Brewster. He and his wife, Jayne, host Shepherd’s Rest, the Life Impact Lewiston, ID Oasis. Mark comes to LI from years as a Senior Pastor. Here he is challenging us to stay true to … Continue reading
Determining what is just and then making good applications for our lives so we are living “justly” is a major Disciple challenge. An authoritative Bible must be central in that attempt or we move totally off into a swamp of … Continue reading
As mentioned in my last posts, justice shows up in many issues, and on the mission field in a variety of ways. Of course, one of those justice issues is what to do with the poor. Those who want to … Continue reading
Considering “justice” today in world missions is an emphasis of the future since a younger cadre of workers is moving to the fields of the world to take on some of the biggest challenges facing mankind — poverty, malaria, war … Continue reading
When we consider the poor, the cry today is for “justice.” Here’s an application of these post series to Missionary Care. It seems to me that the post-modern Christian generation is looking at the world through a slight adjustment in … Continue reading