Perhaps even sadder than those who refused to consider the evidence for Christ, are those who Joh speaks of in the next verses. In John 12:42-43 we read of many who did believe in Jesus but refused to follow Him. They did this because they were motivated by fear of what they would lose. They…

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Gregg and I had planned to be in Africa during the month of April. That trip hasn’t happened. Our plans to travel this summer are still very tentative as we continue to monitor the situation both here and abroad. As you might imagine, all of our speaking engagements have been canceled for the foreseeable future.…

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Maate John Roben is from the village if Kaleyaleya in the Bundibudgyo district of Uganda. He graduated from Rwenzori School of Preaching when Gregg and I were there at the end of January. While he was with us, he was an excellent student. Upon returning home, Maate John got to work. The week that he…

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During the world-wide quarantine brought on by COVID-19, a new and exotic looking coffee drink has taken social media by storm. It is called Dalgona Coffee and hails from South Korea. According to Wikipedia, “The viral trend of sharing recipes and photos of the do-it-yourself (DIY) coffee first gained prominence during the social distancing orders…

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In John chapter twelve Jesus made His triumphal entry into Jerusalem, beginning the week that would end in His crucifixion. On that occasion, He declared, “if I am lifted up from the earth, will draw all peoples to Myself” (verse 32). Here He spoke of His crucifixion, in which He would literally be lifted up…

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Even though the coronavirus may have us grounded from travel at this time, we are still working from home. Modern technology enables us to have daily contact with our three schools of preaching and the staff. We are glad to report all are safe and well. Both here and in Africa, we are all desperately…

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