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Meet Missionary Max

Death-defying taxi drivers, corrupt government officials, hordes of angry natives, Nazi robots… Wait…did you say Nazi robots? Yes. Yes we...

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Camp Project Funding Meter (Updated!) (Video Added)

We are extremely grateful for your response to our 2017-2018 camp funding meter. Your generosity allowed us to complete the...

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The 2020 Northeast Region Conference

The first week of this month we were privileged to attend the annual meeting of the Baptist Mid-Missions Northeastern Brazil...

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Our Woke Church

As a missionary with a vital stake in the trends that periodically sweep the Western theological and ecclesiastical landscape, I...

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Reading List for January, 2020: Post Modern, Pre-Luther, Greeks, Vikings, and more…

Starting the year off strong with some good books read during the month of January. The Gagging of God by...

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The Invasion of the Ebenezer Gang

Three or four times a year our house is transformed into a sort of camp as kids (and some who...

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At the Borders of Pain and Suffering*

An update on the Ebenezer fund-raising “marathon” is long past due. Despite threatening clouds, the event went off without a...

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…and Another Great Step for Ebenezer

You may remember a week ago I posted about the emancipation of the Ebenezer church from the mother church. On...

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Reading List for December, 2019 – Epic Sea Battles, Seismic Societal Shift, and more…

A busier than normal schedule and longer than normal books made for a shorter than normal list this month. Still,...

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The Comings Christmas Express

I rarely talk about my hobbies on this site, but I couldn’t resist posting this. Besides my trains, this features...

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Christmas at Ebenézer

As has become our custom, the church family gathered together for a Christmas lunch on the Sunday before Christmas. This...

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End-of-Year Youth Activity

The Ebenezer youth group got together on the beach last Friday for a final bash for 2019. As we look...

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