DAY 1 affects DAY 100

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We all hear or use phrases like these: Just be yourself. Embrace who you are. Own your story. Let me be me. I am free to be me. This way of thinking is popular in American culture today. We allow grea …

  My dog howled every time I hit a certain note on my bamboo flute. He would lift up his head and cry as if he were calling upon a sweetheart in another village. I am not musically inclined in an …

  Written by Sairengpuia Sailo When in Cambodia, I (Jean Johnson) had the opportunity to meet and interact with Sairengpuia Sailo. He was a missionary sent out from Mizoram, Northeast India as a …

By Jean Johnson I sat around a table with those who were determining my fate as a vocational missionary to Cambodia. They were interviewing me based on my

By Jean Johnson Learn the language people argue in! This was my response to the question: “If people speak two or three languages, which language would I recommend a missionary should learn and use?

By Jean Johnson Jesus bled red. Jesus bled red for every color. Jesus bled red for the Jew, for the Burmese, for the Ethiopian, for the man, and for the woman. Therefore Christianity belongs to no one …

By Jean Johnson Was Jesus’ primary invitation to the rich young ruler about giving everything to the poor or about inviting him to become poor for a purpose?

By Jean Johnson DAY 1 affects DAY 100* I can’t understand why Sopheap decided to revert back to Buddhism after seemingly becoming a devoted Christ follower.

This table below is adapted from Glenn Penner by Ronnie & Wouter in their article “Dependency.” A Healthy Church Is: 1. Self-imaged Views itself as the Body of Christ in its local situation, indep …

By Rev. Josphat G. Charagu In one way or another, we all find ourselves depending on others. There is a saying which states that, “No man is an island”. This means that we all need each other.

By Robert Reese Report on a Trip to Zimbabwe, July 4-15, 2015 As a child of American optimism, I used to believe almost unconsciously in steady human progress, especially when allied to the gospel.

By Jean Johnson Mission Frontiers July/Aug 2015 Issue I just returned from 14 days of ministry in the United Kingdom—York, Redcliffe College in Gloucester, Coventry, and Oxford—as a speaker, facilitat …

By Jean Johnson There is an organization in Cambodia that serves the purpose of encouraging kids to leave orphanages and go back to their families. I refer to this unique phenomenon as “reverse orphan …