Monthly Archives: February 2005

BBC “good” news

Just heard a little snippet from BBC to pass on. BBC is normally very anti-American in tone and topic. My family has trouble listening to BBC. The church has to come to terms with the description of Americans that they … Continue reading

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Convergence

We had a great revival with Tony Williams. On the first night of service one member of the church who had missed our posters in town finally realized that Tony was the visiting preacher. She whispered to her friend, “The … Continue reading

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Special Gift

I preached both services Sunday in Monze. This is our third church that we have sent a couple from our church out to start a new church. Monze in as big as Mazabuka so this is the town where we … Continue reading

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Phone Line

Sorry, for not posting. There has been a lot going on. But the main problem has been with my phone line that started having problems cutting off Internet connections first and finally going completely dead. The phone guys fixed the … Continue reading

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Witchcraft

I preached on witchcraft as we broke our fast going into this revival. When I preach on this subject, I want the church to understand that witchcraft is universal, not just an issue in Zambia. This night I shared one … Continue reading

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Street Meeting

We had a street meeting in Ndeke compound tonight. We are preparing for a revival with Pastor Tony Williams. I am hoping for good things. We were to meet at Martin Kabolo’s house in the compound. Actually he is in … Continue reading

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South African Thoughts

What can you honestly say about South Africa? This trip to Cape Town was my only trip to South Africa with the exception of airport layovers in Johannesburg. I read “The Covenant” by Michener, which probably shapes my understanding as … Continue reading

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