9 Pitfalls To Avoid On The Mission Field

Missionaries have a hard job. Often their biggest fight isn’t with their supporters or those they serve. Typically, missionaries are their own worst enemies. Odds are pretty good most missionaries or future missionaries won’t learn from this list, I therefore commend the reading to their family, supporters and co-workers. Try to protect your favorite missionaries […]

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Bad Economic Outlook

Due to the discovery of oil 20 years ago Equatorial Guinea is one of the richest countries in Africa. Still, over three-fourths of the country lives on less than $2 per day and less than 50% of the country has access to clean drinking water in their homes. According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) things […]

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The Seminary Library And Maddy

Our daughter Maddy has been spending here summer break from college here with us. She has been spending several days a week helping to organize the seminary library at our IBCP seminary. You may recall Maddy started this project back in May. As Maddy prepares to return to the US for her third year of […]

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Jonah And Missions: God Is In Control

Most everyone is familiar with the Book of Jonah. Ask almost any Sunday school student and they’ll tell you Jonah is about a big fish, or a worm, or a reluctant missionary, or the bad people of Nineveh. In reality, the Book of Jonah is about none of those things. Yes, they are all players […]

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Seminary Construction Projects Strarted

Construction and maintenance projects are underway at our IBCP seminary. You may recall back in May Mike was put in charge of getting a few of the physical projects on the seminary grounds completed. The summer months are a great chance to get this done as there are no classes in session. We have raised […]

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