by JOYCE and BOB CARLSON
Reports from Joyce and Bob Carlson. Honest, inspiring, and often moving insights into the heart of missions.
three articles by
Silence that Slays
should not be surprised to learn that we too, are in a seemingly
unending conversion process."
Where Our Little Passions Begin by STEPHEN BRANSFORD
"Mel Gibson’s Passion was good for me. It overwhelmed
and quieted me. It was less and more than I expected. What I
lost was not worth keeping. What I gained is precious."
I Came for the Grape Juice
by STEPHEN BRANSFORD
"I began to ask God to deliver me. A series of people
and circumstances entered my life that seemed divinely arranged
to answer that prayer. I embraced them as gifts from God, and
found myself being transformed."
for Your Son
Rap superstar bares
his soul in a prayer-song of praise, commitment, and spiritual
a trademark boldness and authority, KRS-One combines a righteous
gospel message with one that denounces explicit sex, hatred
to Fail Successfully
by BLAINE SMITH
"The long-term results of disap-pointments sometimes surprise
is night, in a quiet, nearly deserted garden in Jerusalem.
A figure is praying; his friends sleep a short distance away.
We are in the last hours of the life of Jesus of Nazareth,
in the spring of roughly the year 30, at the time of the Jewish
feast of Passover. The country—first-century Judea,
the early 21st's Israel—is part of the Roman Empire..."
the script that was the basis for Mel Gibson's movie. Click
(above) to download as a MS Word document.
by HERBERT ROS
"Rembrandt must have researched the life and work
and doctrine of Paul very thoroughly to produce such a unique
character study of the Apostle."
Passion for Missions
D. W. COVER
truth of the gospel had been liberally preached among them,
and they had done nothing to take it to those who had never
A Journery Towards Wholeness
by CHARLES E. MOORE
society is egotistical, individualistic, materialistic, and
compulsive; it has little room for community. "
Place of Vulnerability
by STEVE FRY
give us eyes for generations we will never see. Keep us at
the place of vulnerability, exposed though we may be to the
sounds of war."
Living On a Prayer
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