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Exploring the Mysteries of Prayer Rev. D. Johns 1. Is there strength in numbers? Why is it good to gather with other believers to pray? Are longer prayer meetings more effective than shorter ones? Sometimes we are tempted to discuss … Continue reading

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I Can’t Find it!

  Looking In All The Wrong Places I was inspired by a few paragraphs written by Tullian Tchividjian, pastor of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. You can find his full article on page 96 of Leadership Journal, … Continue reading

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someone must have been praying

I’m so thankful that you, and the people of St. Andrew’s in Kimberley, pick up the baton and run with prayers to compensate for my lack of/or supplement my little efforts in this regard: here is how I know you and … Continue reading

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adventures

Friday May 9th, 2014 Hi Everyone! Yvonne and I want to let you know that we are thinking of you as we continue our adventure towards Europe. We have been traversing the Atlantic for 8 full days now. One more … Continue reading

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kids kids kids

  Kids ministry meeting with Etta Horvath; show love – receive love. Sing, pray, laugh. Cold Valley children in Tg Mures, Transylvania, Romania Investing in the next generation. Pray for Maranatha Church and their very challenging ministry.

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European Roots

 Part #3 – European Roots It is common, or perhaps convenient, to view the Pilgrims through an American world-view grid. But more accurately the lens would be of a European construction. It is more helpful to colour their nomadic quest … Continue reading

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Romania in September

This was visit #4 for Yvonne and visit #7 for me – all in less than 3 years! We are thankful for the encouragement and support from people all around the world, and for the backing of our home church … Continue reading

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