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A Touch of Blood Applied

As I was sitting on the floor worshiping with our Zambian Team 6 years ago I saw a vision. Now, I’m not much for visions. I’m a skeptic – a doubting Thomas – mostly. But this was a real live vision from God that changed my life.  I saw Jesus on the cross with blood dripping from his hands to the ground. There was a line as far as the eye could see - single file and soberly coming to the cross. The people were, one after another, getting a drop of Jesus’ blood as it fell into their hands, and walking solemnly off in the same direction. I was thinking how wonderful it was that the drop of Jesus’ blood was redeeming all of these ...

What’s Wrong With Allowing Kids to Take Communion?

At church this week I was sitting behind three girls from our House of Moses home and a friend of theirs from the village. Typical girls – giggling during the sermon, fidgeting during the sharing time, not praying out-loud during the intercession time, not offering anything to the small circle without severe prodding during the final “what did you get from the sermon” time… But in all, I was impressed with them. They are great girls – Sharon, Loveness, Melody, and their friend, [??} . But the moment when they showed their true colors is when they went up for communion. I sat in my seat and watched as they respectfully stood in line. ...

Four years, and still searching for the foundations…

  "And he went out... not knowing where he would go... living in tents... looking for the city with firm foundations whose Architect and Builder is God."    God spoke to us years before to “go” - we didn't have much more than that. Then in my struggles to trust Him, He was so gracious to give us indisputable signs that in fact, it was all true – He was leading us and would provide for us by His hand. I asked for a sign once when on a beach prayer trip – show me a completely whole sand dollar – without a single chip – and I will believe. That day I scoured the beach while praying – one sand dollar – well it had a bit of a ...