Just by seeing this title with the word “prayer” in it I think will limit the number of people who will bother to read this blog. While, as Christians, we talk about “prayer” regularly, how many of us really pray? I mean, actually stop what you are doing, sit down, or kneel, or even
A year ago I sent out a short e-mail to all my friends and supporters. In that e-mail I listed three urgent requests I had. While hundreds got the news, and no doubt prayed for help, I had very few responses. A couple of people recommended a friend or two for the job, but I only ha
As Christians on this earth christened with the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20), we have been told to “go into all the world.” For centuries it was a rare few that ventured into boats and disappeared across the horizon in the search of lost souls to bring to Christ. Th
To view the first part of this article, click <here> (Part 1). Today, it is confusing as to what a “missionary” is, because so many people call themselves missionaries. Consider the following “missionaries”: Some people classified as “missionaries” are businessmen? Does your ch
“Exodus to a Hidden Valley” by Eugene Morse. Readers Digest Press. New York. 1974. 215 pages Review by Steve Hyde This was one of the most bizarre missionary biographies I have ever read. It concerns three generations of Morse families who worked among the Lisu tribal people.