Posts filed under: Face to Face

What did Jesus promise to give his followers?

Written by Nanette Olsen for the iFace staff retreat in Chicago, May 26-28, 2015 Luke 24: 44 Then he said to them, “These are my words that I spoke to you while I was still with you, that everything written...
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Harvard professor explains how religion is important in a democracy

Harvard professor explains how religion is important in a democracy. Clip is only 90 secords. http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=YjntXYDPw44&sns=em...
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How Big Is Your God?

One of my favorite verses in the Books of Acts shows how Peter & John respond to a crippled beggar’s plea for money. “Look at us… Silver & gold have I none but such as I have, I give to...
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Where God leads He feeds

I was a 2nd year grad student @ Fuller Seminary in Pasadena CA in 1970 when Lynn and I began learning a new lesson in the school of faith: “Where God leads He feeds!” We were renting a tiny 2...
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Fighting the Good Fight of Faith

After sharing “Putting a Face to Ebola Medical Missionaries Named Time’s Person of the Year,” I received this update from Dr. Steve & Joy Lawn, a married team of medical doctors from England who are well known in the global...
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Putting a Face to Ebola Medical Missionaries Named Time’s Person of the Year

Recognize anyone? Madupe is the one behind the mask in our Photoshop version. She, like other tireless servants of the Lord, battle the worst Satan throws at us. Here’s the rest of the story from CT: Ebola Medical Missionaries Named...
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What does Christmas mean to you?

What does Christmas mean to you? For many, it’s only about buying, giving, receiving and… returning gifts. For any who’ve stood inside John Hopkin’s Billings Administrative Building, they’ve never forget the sculpture at the entrance, a replica of a magnificent...
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Chinese Christmas Art

For students of Chinese, here’s something to read during Advent 降临节: text from the four Gospels mashed together into a single Christmas narrative, then divided into four readings. Download: 圣诞节2.pdf Elizabeth’s child is born, and the name him John. Zechariah,...
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WWJD with this current frenzy NOT to feed the homeless?

Feeding homeless: charity or a crime? Fort Lauderdale bans public feeding of homeless people. BY KELLI KENNEDY ASSOCIATED PRESS Arnold Abbott, 90, prepares food Wednesday at a church in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Abbott was arrested with two priests for feeding...
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Is your spirit flatter than a blown tire?

Every bus trip has its own story–a redemptive analogy– otherwise we might get bored and never see God at work. On our 2nd 10 day GO WEST in late July, 2014, we had a flat tire but this one was...
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