There is no Time to be Tired

We have been very active since Erin returned home from North Africa three weeks ago. We have given our missions presentation 22 times in the past 23 days. In the past 23 days we have called or e-mailed people 324 times. In that same period we have mailed out 107 letters. All of this to ask people to […]

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The Difficult Doctrine of the Love of God by D.A. Carson

Book Review: The Difficult Doctrine of the Love of God

D.A. Carson is a Christian scholar, a professor, a frequent lecturer, and the author of over 45 books. He has written a book about how it is difficult to comprehend the love of the Creator of the Universe.   Our cultural biases combined with the deep complexities of our Lord make the concept of the love […]

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Erin plays piano at Grace Church Bible study

Grace Church of Pleasanton

Today we worshiped with Grace Church of Pleasanton. Grace was founded in 1991 and joined the PCA in 1994. Tom Brown began serving as Pastor in 2002.   We were given the privilege of leading their Thursday night Bible study. Erin played piano as the group sang hymns. Mike presented a lesson on missions and evangelism. We then gave […]

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Another Arizona Church Joins Team Honduras

We just received word that Phoenix United Reformed Church of Phoenix, Arizona has agreed to support us financially. Praise God! This is the seventh church to agree to support us financially, and the third church from our recent Arizona trip.   We spoke in front of their adult Sunday School class on February 11th. We […]

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Bunnies and Eggs and Jesus, Oh My

Does Easter represent eggs, and bunnies or the literal, bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ? Is Easter rooted in heathenism with pagan origins and customs or is it a symbol of the Christian faith. The answer to all these questions…YES.   Originally a Saxon word (Eostre), denoting a goddess of the Saxons, in honor of whom sacrifices were […]

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