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Weekly Letters

The Gospel Comes to Samoa

Jesus said, “I will build My church and the gates of Hades shall not overpower it” (Mt. 16:18).  The church began at Pentecost, just 10 days after Christ ascended back to heaven. The Holy Spirit came to indwell believers and … Continue reading

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It is Not a Choice; It is a Life!

  Bob and Pat were serving as missionaries in the Philippines when she became pregnant. They had been praying for a son whom they could name Timothy after the young man that the Apostle Paul introduced to Christ, who ended … Continue reading

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If We Remain Silent

Ever since the Fall of Man in the Garden of Eden (Gen.3), and then the confusion of languages at the Tower of Babel and the scattering of these language groups throughout the earth (Gen. 11), people groups have been at … Continue reading

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How to “Destroy” Your Enemies

So, do you have any difficult people in your life—those who bring out the worst in you, who know how to “push your buttons,” who “get under your skin,” who seem to be a constant irritant to you, who just … Continue reading

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Only One Life to Live

We took the train to Oregon for Christmas, which proved to be a good choice since more than a foot of snow came down here just before we returned. The roads would have been quite treacherous the day we returned.  … Continue reading

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A Hallmark Christmas

Those of you who watch Hallmark Christmas movies raise your hand.  I thought so. Okay, you can put them down. We do too.  Why are they so popular?  Well, they are good clean entertainment with good morals, no bad language … Continue reading

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Our DAILY Bread

I recently had someone ask me why I need to study in order to teach Bible study, saying, “Don’t you already know the Bible inside and out?”  I recall a similar question when I was pastoring wondering why I needed … Continue reading

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