Because of, Not in Order to

At times, the guilt and shame of acknowledged sin can leave us feeling crushed, speechless, and perhaps even wondering how we can recover. In these instances, I believe the Penitential Psalms can give voice to emotions and thoughts we cannot express on our own. The majority of the Bible cover God speaking to us. One... Continue Reading →

Who Wants Some Pi?

Happy National Pi Day! Let's talk Math. And you know it, I'm having some kind of pie today. It has to be done. Have you ever wondered how many pounds weight of sugar there are in 232 hogsheads, if each one weighed 12cwt. 1 qr. 22lbs? If you haven't guessed the answer, it is 323,408lbs.... Continue Reading →

New Mailing List

On January 27th, 2019, Bedford Bible Church met and voted to invite me to be their pastor. This was my final step away from my role as a missionary. For that reason, I am sending out a final prayer letter and deleting the associated mailing list. If you would like to continue hearing from us,... Continue Reading →


Simeon was ready.  Ready to see the purpose of his life fulfilled. "And, behold, there was a man in Jerusalem, whose name was Simeon; and the same man was just and devout, waiting for the consolation of Israel: and the Holy Ghost was upon him. And it was revealed unto him by the Holy Ghost,... Continue Reading →

Colossians – To the Growing (Colossians 1:9-11, Part 1)

Paul wrote to the saints at Colosse as faithful brethren, but also growing Christians. I want to look at Paul's description of these growing believers in two ways: 1. Knowing God's Will. 2. Doing God's Will.  Knowing God's Will One of the men who visited our church in Brimpton a couple of times grew prize-winning... Continue Reading →

Moving to the USA

After prayerfully seeking God's will for our family, and taking counsel from trusted friends we are now resting in the certainty that the Lord would have us make a permanent move to the USA. This has not been an easy decision, nor one taken in haste. In the past we have given consideration to such a... Continue Reading →

Through the Bible in 90 Days – Day 35

2 Chronicles 35 As the kingdom of Judah draws closer to judgment it is encouraging to see that even in those days there could be a revival. Under the godly reign of King Josiah, a Passover was held that was unequaled Israel's history. 2 Chronicles 36 Surprisingly, the son of Josiah turned out to be an evil... Continue Reading →

“Unsanctified Knowledge of Christianity”

"Let us beware of an unsanctified knowledge of Christianity. It is a dangerous possession, but a fearfully common one in these latter days. We may know the Bible intellectually, and have no doubt about the truth about its leading texts, and be able to talk glibly about its leading doctrines. And all this time the... Continue Reading →

Meeting Some HELP Missionaries – NC to GA

On February 26th I was up early and repacking in preparation to travel to Charlotte, NC. The missions group I am with here in the USA, HELP Ministries, bring in national pastors from all over the world and help get them support from US churches. They have done so much for my family and I.... Continue Reading →

Pennsylvania – Week 3

On Sunday, 25th of January we enjoyed the Sunday School and worship service with Pennwood Bible Church. Pennwood have faithfully supported us for several years and we greatly appreciate their faithfulness and generosity. Following the morning service we had a wonderful meal, but then had to say our goodbyes. We had loaded up that morning... Continue Reading →

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