Through Gates of Splender by Elisabeth Elliot

Book Review: Through Gates of Splender

In 1955 a group of five missionaries entered the jungle in Ecuador to bring Christ to a violent and primitive tribe. They showered the natives with gifts and built an airstrip before being massacred by the very people they came to serve. Written by the wife of one of these martyrs, this story challenges the […]

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How YOU doin’?

We started our fulltime support raising two weeks ago. And, the number one question we get from people is, “How are you doing?” This comes from friends, teammates, and people who believe in what we are doing. We love this question. Not only does it show an interest in the ministry we are undertaking in Honduras, but it shows […]

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Erin is Not Going to Myanmar

Erin was scheduled to fly to Myanmar this Sunday to participate in a two week medical mission trip. That trip has been canceled because the government of Myanmar has not provided the necessary travel visas for the group.   Please join us in praising God that He has made His will so very clear. God is not halted by […]

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What do Presbyterians Believe? by Gordon H Clark

Book Review: What do Presbyterians Believe?

The title of this book appears to be very focused on one corner of the Christian faith. With all due respect, I believe the book is poorly titled. A more appropriate title might be, “What is in the Westminster Confession of Faith”.   Gordon H. Clark, philosopher and theologian, provides a commentary on the Westminster Confession perfectly […]

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Myanmar Trip Still Up In the Air

Erin is scheduled to leave on January 14th for a two week medical missions trip to Myanmar. The Myanmar government has still not approved the travel visas for Erin and her group. Everyone has their airline tickets and their bags are packed, but if they do not receive the travel visas by this Thursday (1/11) the trip […]

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