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In March and April of this year I took my first missionary trip to Africa. I don’t think of it as missionary though, it was really an evangelistic trip. I didn’t build schools or hospitals or try to convert anyone, I went to preach the gospel in established churches to strengthen and encourage them.
How do I know that the world didn't start with a big bang? How do I know that speaking in tongues is not the initial evidence of the Holy Ghost? These are just a few of the questions, that I was recently asked at camp. I love receiving questions from young people, because it
I have been thinking about this thought, as Believer's Youth Camp approaches. In my 39 years of being on this earth, I have been in thousands of services. I have been in youth meetings, revivals, services in all geographic locations of the United States, and services overseas. I've been in quiet services and
Isaiah 64:8 “But now, O Lord, thou art our father; we are the clay, and thou our potter; and we all are the work of thy hand.”
“No two snowflakes are exactly alike.” Have you ever heard this before? Actually, all snowflakes are made from the same compound material. For instance, the elementary
Hot sun. Salty air. Rhythmic waves. A little boy is on the beach. On his knees he scoops and packs the sand with plastic shovels into a bright red bucket. Then he upends the bucket on the surface and lifts it. And, to the delight of the little architect, a castle tower is created.