Monthly Archives: September 2011

AFTER THOUGHTS ON OUR AFRICA TRIP (Continued as Part 5) – Blog 10

After 30 years in East Africa we are in a good place to equip churches in that region to better do the ministry of Jesus & to better equip God’s People to do the same. How did we arrive at … Continue reading

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AFTER THOUGHTS ON OUR AFRICA TRIP (Continued as Part 4) – Blog 9

During our August ministry trip to East Africa, our team (American and Kenyan) agreed: we had finally arrived at the Starting Line after thirty years of ministry and relationship-building in Kenya. Richard and I had been introducing the Transforming Prayer … Continue reading

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AFTER THOUGHTS ON OUR EAST AFRICA TRIP (Continued as Part 3) — Blog 8

Human zeal, education and sincerity had proved woefully inadequate for the apostolic task of bringing down strongholds and establishing the life of God Country in Christophobic places. No, something more was needed. Something more was required. That ‘something more’ soon … Continue reading

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AFTER THOUGHTS ON OUR AFRICA TRIP (Continued as Pt. 2) – Blog 7

“Dr. Beasley-Murray, if what you are saying is true (about the Mission Statement of Jesus in Luke 4:11ff), then WE too should be doing this…this ministry of Jesus…” “Yes, Mr. Van Devender that is what we are supposed to be … Continue reading

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AFTER THOUGHTS ON OUR AFRICA TRIP (Pt 1) – Blog 6

When I met with the ordination committee of my church Association (now more than 35 years ago), I was asked what I planned to do in ministry? I told them I wasn’t sure, because what God had called me to … Continue reading

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