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President’s Challenge – June 2011

God’s power is manifest in many ways.  My wife and I watched a documentary on the earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan.  Wow!  But God’s power is also seen in a volcano erupting in Iceland and monster tornados this year in the south and midwest.  It reminds me what God will use to humble the nations during the tribulation.  He has unlimited power. But that’s not the only display of His power.  I was recently in Utah for the dedication of a new church building.  God displayed His power in developing a congregation of believers committed to the worship and propagation of His name in Mormon country.  This group has [...]

President’s Challenge – May 2011

I just returned from a trip to Pennsylvania and New Jersey, meeting donors, speaking at Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary and visiting the church plant in Camden, NJ.  What a whirlwind of emotion in one trip. It is very precious to meet those dear ones that for many years have supported the general fund of this mission.  As I hear their stories of life and serving the Lord, it makes me so thankful that God continues to work in lives over years, generations, and centuries.  HIS WORK DOES NOT FAIL BECAUSE HE DOES NOT FAIL. At the seminary I talked to younger men who were training for the ministry.  I thought [...]

President’s Challenge – April 2011

FINISHED!  That’s right.  The builders of Baptist Church Planters have finished the church renovation and expansion at Heritage Baptist Church in Wampsville, NY.  Next the team goes to Schaumburg, IL to retrofit a strip mall rental for Great Commission Baptist Church and then on to Bussy, IA to build a new church building.  Another building team is soon to move into the Youngstown area to build an addition for Boardman Baptist Church. But it isn’t all about buildings.  It is about people.  Buildings are only good if people attend.  But without a building, many Bible studies and small church start ups are thought of as cults.  After getting a building [...]

President’s Challenge – March 2011

I like this statement.  “If it won’t matter in five years, don’t let it matter today.”  I wish I could tell you that I always live by this statement.  Yesterday was a good opportunity to practice this wisdom.  My flight was canceled and I had to stay overnight in Madison, Wisconsin.  Flying has its blessings but also its headaches.  If I never flew again it would be fine with me, but the convenience keeps me in the air. Periodically, I speak at churches that seek to reach men and women who like the outdoors.  I don’t like to do more than three of these events a year because of the [...]

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