Monthly Archives: March 2010

The Human Side of this Trip?

Where is Brooks when I need her to share the human side of my trip with y’all? I can’t begin to do justice in describing the last few days spent with Chinese-Malaysians in their beautiful country and their incredibly warm … Continue reading

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Am I Willing to Pay the Price to Follow Jesus?

Pastor C, in one of the countries where I have been traveling, came home recently to find two oil cans in front of his house.  This was a clear and brazen message being sent to him.  The message was this: “We could … Continue reading

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Is Spiritual Activity on the Increase?

One of the themes that I am hearing in Singapore (where I am meeting with other trainer/coaches) is that it is becoming “normal” to talk about church movements in parts of the world where only a few years ago these … Continue reading

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Saving Mrs. Thoman

The following scene is a flashback to our trip to Mexico two weeks ago: “Why do you guys keep stepping out in front of buses?” Brian said to Brooks and me as the three of us half-trotted across a busy … Continue reading

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Mixed Feelings as I Leave for Singapore & Malaysia

It is with mixed feelings that I head out for Singapore and then Malaysia.  On the one hand, I am anticipating some very exciting God-happenings; on the other hand, I am flying solo (without Brooks) and this leaves a significant … Continue reading

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