Profit And Loss

There is the old Greek story of Charon who was the boatman who took the dead across the River Styx. He reminded a poor woman that she had the right to drink of the Waters of Lethe that would make her forget everything about the life she was leaving.

This article is from reprinted Doug Oakes, Sr.. Please see original for comments.

Messages from the Heart - The Malawi Project

Read about the work in Malawi

Atlantis Proclaimer

Bulletin articles by Raymond A. Leonard

When You Blow It – Psalm 6

Psalm 6 is the first of what are known as the penitentials (32, 38, 51, 102, 130, 143); these are Psalms of great lamentation over sin. This one is probably not as well-known as the others (32, esp. 51), but it communicates feelings I believe we can all identify with: the feeling of failing God. What do we do when we have failed God, sinned? This Psalm tells us there is hope when we bow it spiritually. Psalm 6 provides hope for when we’ve blown it morally.

This article is from reprinted Nick Perez. Please see original for comments.

August Newsletter from the Charltons

Hope you all had a great summer, thanks for all your support and prayers. God bless you all Polly and Maurice

Kiss the Son – Psalm 2

Turmoil in the world tempts us to worry and wonder. Several of the Psalms are Messianic in significance. Psalm 2 is one such Psalm. Yet each Psalm had its own meaning when originally penned. This Psalm communicated to Israel that no matter how chaotic the world scene may be, their King is the Anointed of God. That David wrote this Psalm is unquestionable (Acts 4.25). Paul affirms this is the second Psalm (Acts 13.33). Author & location are established in NT.  This Psalm’s main emphasis is to highlight God’s sovereignty over man’s depravity. How is God sovereign over man’s depravity?

This article is from reprinted Nick Perez. Please see original for comments.

Newsletter May-August 2016

Dear Supporters & Friends, Sending out updates of the mission we do in the Philippines, thank you so much for your continued prayers and support to our work here. In Christ, Charlie Sabado & family

BICA Newsletter for September 2016

Please check out the latest happenings in Central America.

First day of school for AIBI and "Baptistry project" update

Greetings in the glorious name of Jesus. We had a good start today for the first fall semester with AIBI. Peter did teach “Christian Home” and I taught “Effective Bible Study”. It is always good to be back at School sessions and we pray that God will continue to bless AIBI with more students who are ready to learn His will.

July-August, 2016 Report

Read about the great work the Dorris-Chad International Christian School in Nigeria is involved in.

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