Six Months In EG

It is hard to believe, but we arrived in our new ministry home here in Central Africa six months ago. Some things have been hard to adjust to and others have been surprisingly easy. HERE is a 5-minue video update to celebrate our six-months in country. There really hasn’t been much culture shock. We think […]

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Visiting Professor Arrived

On Monday Professor Paul Branch arrived in country. Paul is a professor at Seminario Teológico Centroamericano (SETECA) in Guatemala. He will be teaching at our IBCP seminary on Pedagogical Patterns. His course is 10-days long and will train the students on teaching methods. Mike and Erin will help organize Paul’s transportation, meals, accommodations, and teaching […]

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Lying Missionaries And The Glory They Bring God

Telling a lie is viewed as unacceptable in almost all religious and secular belief systems. Christianity is firmly opposed to lying. The terms “bearing false witness” or “lying” are frequent themes in both the Old and New Testaments. From Genesis to Revelation liars are treated harshly (Ps. 5:6, Rev. 21:8) and hated by God (Prv. […]

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U.S. Embassy Meeting

On Friday we attended a meeting held by the U.S. Embassy for U.S. citizens living in EG. The U.S. Embassy is located in Malabo (on the island of Bioko), but the Embassy staff came over to our city of Bata to better facilitate the meeting for those U.S. citizens who live on the mainland. The meeting […]

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Demonic Activity And Missions

Here it is, one of the least talked about, frequently avoided topics in biblically conservative circles. Demonic activity. Our Pentecostal and charismatic brothers love to talk about it. Christians around the world discuss it frequently. But, in the polite, conservative, churches in the suburban US we don’t discuss it. We avoid the topic, even quietly […]

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