“Salvation belongs to our God who sits on the throne, and to the lamb!” (Rev 7:10)
As we start this new year of ministry together it is good to listen in to the chorus we hear echoing out from the throne room of heaven. It is both a very encouraging message and a great reminder of what we are involved in. Continue reading
“Glorious things of you are spoken, O city of God” (Psalm 87:3)
Cities are fascinating places. They are usually very busy and full of noise. People gather together to socialise, to work, to explore and to create a sense of identity for themselves. And in the midst of these activities a culture is formed uniting the various threads of diversity that the city attracts to itself. Continue reading
That’s right! Support less missionaries is what I’m saying. Have I lost it? No, I don’t think so. It may seem like a totally counter-intuitive thing to say but hear me out. Allow me to use an analogy from daily life. There are lots of things you would like to do aren’t there? Places to see and things to get involved with. New sports, recipes, careers, languages, skills etc…. But realistically, it is impossible to do all of them given the demands of daily life. Continue reading
From time to time I am going to try and link up with some people who are working in cross cultural ministry settings and get them to share a little about what they are doing. Today we are joined by Evie who works in South East Asia with TCK’s. Here’s what we got to chat about. Continue reading
It was great to join together with other Christians last weekend at the OMF Scottish conference through in Arbroath. We (Myself and Jennifer) had an early rise to make it through in time for the day, but it was well worth the quick breakfast. A brief word for those who don’t know of OMF. They are an international missions organisation which sends out overseas workers to various nations in East Asia. From its inception 150 years ago they have been seeking to bring the good news of Jesus to the various people groups of that region.