Living In The Superlative?!

I love the superlative language I’ve heard used by great preachers as they speak of God and devotion to Him. I know it’s legit! I know it’s called for, and that it’s Biblical (often). But when I hear of “radical” faith or “total” commitment and “complete” surrender…when I listen to the familiarity some speakers seem to have with God…so much so that one would think hardly a second goes by for them when they aren’t caught up into the third heaven with God…I must confess that I have not often trodden upon such heights.

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

Lets Pray

I would like to offer this encouragement to keep each other in prayer.

1.  Continue to pray for each other.  Everyone struggles with so many things and we need each other's continued encouragement.  "Therefore, confess your sins to one another and pray for one another, that you may be healed.  The prayer of a righteous person has great power as it is working" (James 5:16).

This article is from reprinted The Lord's Humbled... - John Reeves. Please see original for comments.

Philippians – Index

Below are the links to the various posts commenting on a certain section of Philippians:

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

The Last Thing

As a part of that painful, gracious interview Jesus had with Peter following His resurrection, the Lord spoke troubling words about something that would happen to Peter when he was old. This is recorded in John’s gospel (21:18-19). John says that Jesus was indicating the kind of death by which Peter would glorify God in the future. This is at one and the same time a troubling and inspiring word. It is inspiring because Peter had very recently demonstrated his unwillingness to do anything of the sort for Jesus.

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

June 2018 update Ensenada and Mexicali, Mexico

Brothers and Sisters, Greetings to all of you in the Name of our Lord Jesus. Hopefully this will find all of you well and enjoying all of the blessings that are ours in the Lord. Enclosed in the attachment you will find my latest newsletter, important information about the progress of our two schools in Ensenada and Mexicali, Mexico. God is Good! Rudy Wray

Mohsen's Paris, France Newsletter May/April 2018

Please check out the latest newsletter on the happenings in Paris, France. May God bless you and enrich your lives.

Recife Brazil Report

Recife Brazil Report Randy and Kathy Short April and May 2018 Reporting on the EBNESR Ministry Training School and the Evangelization of and church planting in the Northeast Portion of Brazil

Mission Indonesia Sumatra report May 2018

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, I have created this newsletter in PowerPoint in hopes that all can receive it. Also if you wish you can present it as an encouragement to the church. We had a seminar a couple of months ago and it has started having result. The Lord has blessed us by fulfilling our prayers that are according to His will. I am amazed at how this happens every time when I pray for his will to be done in our efforts to reach the lost in Indonesia. We deeply appreciate your support in our efforts and pray that the Lord is blessing you even more.


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Recife Brazil update

Dear friends and family, This holiday weekend finds us in Campinas, SP. This weekend we attended the ENOC and ENOCA (men and women) retreats. Next week we will participate in the CRE intensive study for church leaders. We return to Recife around midnight on Saturday night. I would like to invite each of you to visit a blog that I have created and will update periodically. The first post is about the LAR Mana Children’s Home. It has been very near to our hearts as we have been involved in this project since it began.



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