54 Interesting Facts about Africa (… Kenya and Missions)

By |December 21st, 2019|Categories: A Table in the Wilderness|

Lake Naivasha (Sept. 2018) As a mother and wife in the mission field, my role has been mainly to care for my family. I’ve not had time really to develop a  particular ministry as a [...]

The Corinthian Phenomenon Pt. 3: Pentecostalism and 1 Cor. 14

By |November 16th, 2019|Categories: Biblical Studies, Commentry|

The modern practice of tongues, which claims a higher level of spirituality, has modeled itself on the most problematic congregation in all of the New Testament. This has been said often, but it is still [...]

The Corinthian Phenomenon Pt. 2: A Better Way for Gift-Crazy Corinthians

By |November 7th, 2019|Categories: Biblical Studies, Commentry|

At this point, we need to remind ourselves that 1 Corinthians 12-14 is one cohesive unit dealing with the broad subject of spiritual gifts. In Chapter 12 Paul dealt with the gifts in general and [...]

The Corinthian Phenomenon Pt. 1: Unity in Diversity

By |November 3rd, 2019|Categories: Biblical Studies, Commentry|

Floral Fantasy, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore Six times in Paul's first epistle to the Corinthians, he used the same phrase, sometimes translated in the AV, “now concerning” (7:1: 7:25; 12:1; 16:1), and sometimes, “as [...]

The Church at Corinth and the Apostle Paul’s Ministry

By |November 2nd, 2019|Categories: Biblical Studies|

Temple of Apollo (6th c. B.C.) in Ancient Corinth, Ancient Greece. Credit, There are three tongue-speaking events recorded in the book of Acts. Pentecost (Acts 2), Caesarea (Acts 10), and Ephesus (Acts [...]