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Tag Archives: missionary care
It’s a fact that the longer we live the older we get! And it’s also a fact that we grow too soon old, and too late smart! I’m wondering now that I’m 73 years old, how all of our lessons … Continue reading
Sheri and I got our start in Missionary Care in 2003, establishing our first Oasis in Oregon. The Missionary Care enterprise, (special ways of caring for missionaries) however, had started some years before that. Recently I received this article by … Continue reading
Going down in flames on the Mission Field at one time was a sign of total commitment to Christ and His cause. Today most of us consider it a loss to the Great Commission enterprise. T. J. Addington would agree … Continue reading
Being servants where God has put us and being content to serve Him there, is the theme of this post from Mark Brewster, LI Staff Oasis Host in Lewiston, ID. “One of the dangers of living in our American consumer … Continue reading
In our early days of being challenged for missions through The Navigators, the idea of going all out 100% for Christ’s cause was the challenge. Of course, that’s what we want to do — only one life, ’twill soon be … Continue reading
This question is undoubtedly raised with every missionary out there raising support. And it’s a ‘downer’ emotionally because the missionary is put in the position of defending the budget used to send and keep them on the field. There’s nothing … Continue reading
I’ve passed on articles before from David Lewis’ blog hosted on his website, http://paracletos.org. Dave and his wife, Irene, are excellent missionary caregivers and have a beautiful care center called, Baan Sa’bai.
Jon Gordon, www.jongordon.com, shares interesting stories of inspiration and motivation. Here’s the story about Luke Tyburski, raising the personal question for me: How far am I willing to push myself in 2016? As Sheri and I enter our next era … Continue reading
Can you find a sit-com, movie, or even a churchgoer who today thinks having sex and living together prior to marriage is something negative?