Archives For June 2011

Do We Go?

June 23, 2011 — Leave a comment

From FOX News:

“Their culture, and even their survival, is threatened by illegal fishing, hunting, logging and mining in the area, along with deforestation by farmers, missionary activity, and drug trafficking along Brazil’s borders,” Amorim said.

I’ve wondered before: should we, as Americans, contact and “disrupt” unreached tribes for the gospel? Will it ruin what they have and their existence? I believe the obvious answer is that we must – absolutely must – reach them at any cost. Certainly, we don’t want to take away their livelihood, or push American ways on them: but we must go and share the gospel with them. There is no other option for those we believe are facing the judgement of a righteous God, and have yet to hear the Good News.

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Boyce College

June 13, 2011 — 2 Comments

I’m featured on the front page of Boyce College.com. And while I’m mentioning it, I might as well fully endorse and encourage you to check out the new Worldview Certificate the school is offering. It’s beyond awesome.

For A Lifetime

June 13, 2011 — Leave a comment

A lifetime of service and sacrifice will stand secure when the flames of this world work to ravish the covenant of marriage.

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