Category Archives: missions

people

“Christ in you – the hope of glory.” This is the mystery Paul revealed in his letter to the Colossians. As Christ lives in you and me, in His Body, the Church, we realize that God intends that His grace … Continue reading

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servant leader

Our 410 Bridge guide in Kenya was a wonderful man named David. David’s home was in the northern part of the country, where he lived with his wife, his twelve-year-old son, and his seven-year-old daughter. Not only did David get … Continue reading

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mourning/dancing

We were standing at the gate in Amsterdam’s airport waiting to get on the plane when we saw the report of the terrorist attack that had just struck Garissa University in northeast Kenya. After landing in Nairobi and going through … Continue reading

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Kenya

I’m headed to Kenya this week so I’ll probably not write next week. I would appreciate your prayers as we take a group of students to work with a school in a village a couple of hours outside Nairobi. We’re … Continue reading

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fruit

My youngest brother Brian lived in Africa for seventeen years as a missionary: three years in Benin, seven in South Africa, and then seven in Zambia. Soon after my first stem cell transplant in 2001, Brian and his family invited … Continue reading

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