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A few years after we started the 1st Life Impact Oasis in Sunriver, Oregon, a missionary wife and mother, Denele Ivins, came to our Oasis for a personal Retreat. She was in a major transition from mission field back into … Continue reading
Elijah’s personal retreat at Kerith Brook came to an end. But then, by the command of the Lord, it actually went on longer. Maybe it was actually a Sabbatical? And the care and environment for that retreat increased in quality. … Continue reading
If you are a cross-cultural worker or pastor, you are in the thick of the spiritual fight as Paul reminds us, “For we are not fighting against flesh-and-blood enemies, but against evil rulers and authorities of the unseen world, against mighty … Continue reading
Recently on a Charles Stanley TV program, a former POW lodged at the “Hanoi Hilton” along with Sen. John McCain gave his testimony of how God was with him in that horrendous situation. As Americans, this history colors how we … Continue reading
Let’s talk more about CARE for African Pastors and missionaries on that great continent, since Life Impact is now focusing staff, resources, and some attention there.
When we first moved to Vienna, Austria eons ago to work behind the Iron Curtain, I was intimidated by the idea of driving in Vienna Traffic. The Austrians have a very laid
The concept of “REFUGE” is significant, especially in the OT. And it’s especially huge for King David as he faced the challenges of his life. What challenges are your
We are calling each of our Care Centers for missionaries, humanitarian aid workers, and pastors, OASIS. In a recent book, Shifting Sands, by Steve Donahue, who actually
During the late 1970’s and 1980’s I traveled often behind the Iron Curtain into Romania, Czechoslovakia, and Poland. We also ministered in Russia during the late 80’s and I had
I remember being at Camp Geneva in Holland, Michigan in 1964 at a ministry seminar. In the darkness I walked on the beach, laid down in the sand and looked up at the