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Church in the Year 2050

Fifty years ago I was a busy and often dirty faced-little boy, contented to play outdoors in the woods. My friends and I loved to climb trees, primarily because we reveled at the task of building a “tree house” up … Continue reading

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Pardon My Directness…

Recently, while talking with some people at a church in New Jersey, I was interested to know if they had ever read a book on missions. That includes biographies, history or just a general informational book about the work of … Continue reading

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Where have all the Servants gone?

A few years back, a well-known university president wrote a book called “Where Have All the Dreamers Gone?” The title made me think of various things, such as: why the shortage of godly leaders in the church? or where are the … Continue reading

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