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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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Our Collective, Colossal Hypocrisy

If there is one thing that unites our fractured American society today, it is the universal acknowledgement that Jeffrey Epstein...

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James 1:9-11 – With Eternity’s Values in View

Let the lowly brother glory in his exaltation, but the rich in his humiliation, because as a flower of the...

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Reading List for July 2020: A Little of This, A Little of That…

I was able to do more reading this month than last, thankfully. Then again, that was a low bar. Land...

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A Beginner’s Guide to Romans

Several years ago a former student of mine wrote from college to tell me he was reading Romans, and having...

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The Return of Ebenezer

Well…actually…Ebenezer never left. But you know what I mean. After almost four months of quarantine, messages on Facebook Live, prayer...

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What Happens in Burbank

Of late I’ve had a number of people on social media ask me about the “current situation” in Brazil –...

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James 1:7 – God Won’t Sign Off on Sin

For let not that man suppose that he will receive anything from the Lord. A friend here in Brazil once...

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Snapshots of Missionary Life: A Walk on the Wild Side

Here, once again, is a little window into our life in Brazil, via our Instagram feed. This week’s collection features...

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The KKK, BLM, and the Sins of Nineveh

Recently, in one of my largely ill-advised descents into Twitter-land, I came across the following tweet: Which three letters get...

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James 1:6 – Too Many Options

But let him ask in faith, with no doubting, for he who doubts is like a wave of the sea...

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