Missions Week at a Mission School

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All of my students live in a remote country. All of my students get daily Bible instruction and have heard the Gospel. Almost all of my students are the children of missionaries, and all of them could name dozens of historical or contemporary missionaries.

And yet, we just finished our first ever Missions Week. It might just be my favorite new thing at NCA. Our staff has been planning it for months, and we have a vision to encourage a lifelong ...

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The Dichotomy of Patience and Urgency

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I mentioned a work that was coming to a critical point in my last blog post. The SL people have now heard the Gospel. They heard if after going through 74 lessons that told the story of God’s love from Creation all the way to Christ. That’s a lot of days of teaching, and a lot of waiting on the part of the people listening. It took years for the missionaries to get to the point where they could communicate ...
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Home Tonight

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I recently read an article about how to spur creativity. I don’t actually remember the suggestions, and today when I logged in to blog I had no idea where to go. So, I turned my music to shuffle and decided on would write with the theme of the song that came up. Chris Rice’s Home Tonight was that song, so here’s a blog post with that theme. (By the way, I am SO glad that The Black Pearl from The ...
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