Monthly Archives: April 2008

Book Review

I just finished reading "Lords of the Land" by Idith Zertal and Akiva Eldar. It really illuminated some of the issues surrounding the Israeli/Palestinian conflict (for lack of a better word).   From the jacket: “The 1967 Arab-Israeli war was … Continue reading

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Spiritual Battle

I am in Yuma preaching for Pastor Kevin Foley. Once again, I really enjoyed the drive down to Yuma from Prescott. Last night I preached an ministry sermon that was followed by an outreach to a parking lot that has … Continue reading

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More Mazabuka

I came home from Oceanside and Joan and I on the way home took the back roads up to Crown King. Pastor Mitchell had been talking about how his mother used to deliver mail up to this mining town. It … Continue reading

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Mazabuka Living

Let me return to my Zambian memories. Time is already flying past the two weeks we spent there. That Wednesday after preaching in Magoye I woke up and went to prayer at the church at 7:00. I noticed Pastor Tembo … Continue reading

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Pendleton Memories

I am enjoying Oceanside. Pastor Tim Moyniham (gave up his Army commission to preach the gospel) and his wife Sue (West Point grad who also gave up her commission to follow her husband) are doing a great job here in … Continue reading

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Snake Handlers

I finished preaching in San Marcos and I am now in Oceanside, CA. I preached a sin sermon using spiders and their tactics as a picture of the devil’s tactics to “kill, steal and destroy”. After church the kids came … Continue reading

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Magoye Preaching

I am writing from San Marcos, Texas where I am preaching for Pastor Jim Pena’s church. Pastor Pena has pastored in many different churches, including two missionary stints into Costa Rico and Mexico. He will be 60 years old this … Continue reading

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