The Need for Bibles: Patrick Klein – Vision Beyond Borders
Recently I had the privilege to meet with Patrick Klein, founder of Vision Beyond Borders, to speak with him about the need for Bibles, projects and persecution, truth and reality. I first met brother Patrick in 2011 while living in Casper, WY. Just before he was to leave the country, and with very short notice,…
Thinking upon God | Recent Ponderings upon the Revelation of Jesus
Oh that the end product of my faith “may be found to result in praise and glory and honor at the revelation of Jesus Christ.” (1st Peter 1:7) Oh to be so singular of mind and passionate in love for the nearness of Christ, both here in the present and at His second coming, that…
Glorified and Marveled | Come, Lord Jesus
“The heart of the matter is that the ultimate purpose of God’s glorification in Jesus Christ happens most fully and climactically when…”
Let Us Be Wise and Never Forgetting
Let me be very clear, this is a few of my thoughts that I have jotted down while praying and reading through the Scriptures this morning and this afternoon.
Revival | My Struggling with Trials in the Mundane Life
It seems some of my greatest spiritual battles do not lie in what one would consider to be the extravagant and extraordinary events of the Christian life, but for me, it is the daily mundane of life where living forth for Christ I am most buffeted.
Mobile Study Back™ Bible Rebind | A Review by Tim Nickles
Recently Tim Nickles of “A Nickles Worth” reviewed the new Mobile Study Back™ Bible rebind that I have recently developed.
Preparing for Persecution: John MacArthur and John Piper Discussion (Clip)
This is an excellent encouragement to press onward in Christ Jesus in the face of our day, the providence and sovereignty of God.
“Come, Lord Jesus” by John Piper | New Book
I cannot even begin to tell you how much deep joy, resonating with my spirit, in the glory of God, elevation of Christ, and the peace of the Holy Spirit I have in reading this new book by Dr. John Piper.
Giving and Spending: Let this sink in deep.
Only 1.7% of “Missions Giving” goes to work among Unreached Peoples.