The Sovereignty of God

When I have time I tune in to one or more of the “news” channels which inundate the airwaves with their product.  Like most, it does not take long for the news to turn my stomach, so I simply tune to something more refreshing.  The past few weeks have filled...

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That I may know Him

Oswald Chambers said, “The aim of a spiritually vigorous saint is “that I may know Him . . .” Do I know Him where I am today? If not, I am failing Him. I am not here for self-realization, but to know Jesus Christ. In Christian work our initiative and...

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June 2011 posts

Images of the Cross  The cross is a constant reminder of the grace, love and mercy of God.  As I have had the opportunity to be away for a few days of rest and relaxation I have been amazed at the wonderful ways God reminds me of His love.  As...

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May 2011 posts

Continuing in Faith God continues to do wonderful things in and through the life of His dear ones.  I am so blessed to witness the grand works of God around the globe.  Last week, while preaching in my local church, I saw the Father do some incredible things! I have...

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March 2011 posts

Headed Home [Brong Ahafo Region, Ghana] Our evangelistic project has just ended. God allowed us to share the gospel in 138 venues and witness 38,093 individuals indicate their first-time decision for Christ. Even though these numbers are staggering we have been reminded that there are 15,000 unreached villages here with...

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February 2011 posts

Weekend Update [Brong Ahafo Region, Ghana] It is Sunday here in Ghana. We are winding down from a busy two weeks of ministry here and are thankful for a day of rest. Since our arrival on Tuesday, February 15 our team has completed 91 separate ministry venues in villages, towns,...

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The Work and Workers of the Gospel

Dr. Philip Ridenou Last Monday, I received the news that my friend and colleague, Dr. Philip Ridenour had died.  Philip, an American living in Ghana for the past ten years (or so) has served the Lord faithfully, without recognition, in some of the most dangerous areas of the country. His...

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A Day in the Snow

One of those, “rare snow storms” has made its way through Charlotte. It’s beautiful sitting in our family room looking out on the yard and woods behind our house.  The insulation factor of the snow certainly makes everything seem still, hushed, and clean.  Of course, if one needs to venture...

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1111 — Happy New Year

My eager expectation and hope [is] that I shall never have reason to feel ashamed, but that by my perfect freedom of speech Christ will be glorified in me …  –Phil. 1:20 (NTIMS) It seems like just yesterday that all the geeks were warning us about Y2K and all the...

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