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In a blinding experience on a dusty road from Jerusalem to Damascus Paul the Pharisee met Jesus Christ. He was transformed and translated in a moment. Born again as he met the risen glorified Christ and in that same moment ‘translated’ from the kingdom of darkness into the kingdom of God’s dear Son. If we’re Christians we’ve had the same two things happen to us. Why then don’t we have lives that… Read More

In our last three weeks of ministry  here in Ghana we’ve seen the great need for Bible teaching designed to reach children with the gospel and the simple truths of how to walk with Jesus.  Be the change you wish to see in the world. Mahatma Gandhi Americans hear this quote, or some variation of it, a lot. Change, transformative progress, begins when we take personal responsibility to participate in the process…. Read More

There’s a strange relief when you finally take off on a long trip.  I don’t mean relief that the plane took off safely, I’m talking about the absolutely wonderful feeling that whatever didn’t get done is beyond being dealt with, by me anyway, and can wait until I come home. Everything becomes like clothes in the ironing basket. Not actually forgotten, but totally ignored. We’ve traveled thousands of miles, hundreds of thousands… Read More