Evangelical Population of Portugal Decreased
The following is a re-post of an article by the Portuguese Evangelical Alliance. You see find the original article here. I've highlighted a few key findings by
Surprised by God again
Jesus came to earth 2000 years ago to do many things. One of those things he came to do, was to suffer. The books of Isaiah and Hebrews both speak of this
Update on “The Parable of the Sower Strikes Again”
I ended my last blog post with these words. We continue to pray for them diligently. And, we resist the temptation to allow the pain of our sadness to keep
The “Parable of the Sower” Strikes Again
In three of the first four books of the New Testament, we find the account of the "Parable of the Sower" or as others identify it, the "Parable of the Soils."
The Sign is Up
Last Sunday we had a "sign-mounting ceremony." Jon and I had help from two of our younger "members." The name on the building is Park Place because we are
Sin lives next door
This billboard appeared in town a week or so ago. The ad says, "Sin lives next door." The billboard gives the name of the establishment ("The Little Saint")
I could have called this post, "Getting the week off to a good start." This is a re-post of content from Matt Perman. The original blog post can be found
How would you finish this sentence, “Learning is…”?
In the book Cross-Cultural Servanthood, Duane Elmer asks the question, "How would you finish this sentence, 'Learning is...'?" That's a good question. In
"Obrigado" (the Portuguese word for 'Thank You') hardly seems sufficient to express our gratitude to the team from Lakewood for all of the memories they gave