Category Archives: missions

smuggler

Our Dutch friend Harry has a friend and fellow countryman named Anne van de Bijl who is also known as Brother Andrew. John and Elizabeth Sherrill, who told Corrie ten Boom’s story in ‘The Hiding Place’, published ‘God’s Smuggler’ in … Continue reading

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Iran (& invitation)

Susan and I recently listened to a book on tape called ARGO, the story of six Americans who escaped Iran in 1980 while 53 fellow Americans were held hostage in the U.S. Embassy. The attack on the American Embassy took … Continue reading

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fruit

Despite the majestic basilicas, impressive cathedrals, and rich history of the nation, less than 1% of the 47.5 million people of Spain claim to have a true relationship with Christ. Young people do, however, find Jesus in the 25 Christian … Continue reading

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nations

This coming weekend, seven groups of students accompanied by Greater Atlanta Christian School teachers will leave our country to visit and serve Christian brothers and sisters in Honduras, Guatemala, Ecuador, the Dominican Republic, Peru, and Athens, Greece. Please pray for … Continue reading

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save

Around 5:30 Saturday morning Susan and I drove through downtown Atlanta to join other friends in welcoming Pastor Manuel, Paula, Marco, and Mayra to our city. Shining clearly in the darkness was a neon sign attached to the steeple of … Continue reading

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