Staring Down Our Fears Through Perfect Love

While visiting with our WMPL workers in Kenya in May, Vincent, husband of Julia, told my wife Lois and me an intriguing story. As a Samburu youth, Vincent was taught what to do when he came upon lions or elephants … (read more)

“Who Are You?”

As we minister to those who have had little to no access to the gospel, mobilize other believers to pray, or equip them to go, we can follow John the Baptist’s example and do everything we can to point people to Jesus rather than ourselves.

Divine Appointments and the Cornerstone

This article follows up on last month’s, partly because my wife and I recently experienced what we believe were divine appointments among those in the Muslim world observing the fasting month of Ramadan. We believe that, in some way or … (read more)

Jesus’ Appearances Continue to Transform

The testimonies of the many people whose lives have been transformed by such speak for themselves. Let’s pray with confidence and faith for more of these supernatural encounters to take place.

Addressing Our Blind Spots

If we expect to deepen our walk with Christ and effectively carry out our task of sharing the gospel, we must acknowledge that we all have blind spots or areas that need adjusting.

A Call to Share Our Story

“Thank you for praying! That was awesome!” Those were the words from a couple of college students my wife, Lois, and I prayed for last month. There were many other notable quotes from surprised and grateful students who had visited … (read more)

Jesus Our Blessed Hope

“We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure.” (Hebrews 6:19 NIV) As I began writing my editorial this encouraging verse from Hebrews was featured in my morning devotional booklet Our Daily Bread. I’ve been amazed … (read more)