Monthly Archives: November 2012

Passion for the Children of Burma


Can you hear them?

It’s the nearly 15 million children of Myanmar (Burma) who have never heard the name of Jesus who are calling for help and hope.
By the time you read this, I will be on a plane to the “Golden Land” littered with Buddhist temples to stake our claim in the heart of Asia. Our purpose is to once again train pastors and children’s workers how to more effectively reach the children with the supernatural gospel of Jesus Christ. Persecution of Christians as well as Muslims, is still very real.

CBN News (700 Club) reported that there are many people coming to […]

By |November 12th, 2012|News & Views|0 Comments

God’s Eye Is on Asia

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The harvest is ripe when the heart is soft. The following testimony came from the Christian Aid Prayer Line on Monday Dec 1, 2003: “China has more children than the entire population of the United States. Studies have shown that 80 percent of Chinese Christians believed in Christ before they were 15 years old, even though Sunday Schools were illegal. Special training sessions are now being conducted in Bible Schools […]

By |November 10th, 2012|News & Views|0 Comments

What Are Kids Capable of?


Passion in life begins early.
I’m continuously amazed at the unbelievable talent and skills of kids these days. Just do a simple search on YouTube and it’s filled with videos of kids who are supreme singers, dancers, athletes, and so much more. I sit in awe at the level of proficiency many of them achieve, many times, with no coaching—just talents they pursued and conquered.

Why is it in the Church we can’t picture them as spiritually gifted and talented? We push them down in the basement to watch Veggie Tales video while upstairs we’re teaching adults to hear God’s […]

By |November 10th, 2012|News & Views|0 Comments