After taking cookies to neighbors, one neighbor friend who I don’t see very often, came by the next day and invited me for lunch. Honestly, it was Christmas Eve, and I was way busy, but decided to go anyway, “just for an hour”. Well, God had different plans, and 3.5 hours...Read More
Recently, we had some new friends over for dinner. While I was cleaning up the dishes from the table, the wife had come into the kitchen with me. She began talking to our 7 year-old son, and he said he wanted to show her our Bible verses. I write the verse that we’re...Read More
While traveling to a village in Turkey to minister to nationals, a church group shared the gospel more openly and frequently than they ever had before in that region. Later, a national partner received several phone calls from his friends in the village saying how great this...Read More
On Saturday a teammate and I went to visit my former neighbor, “Zoe”, and her grown daughter. Zoe was recently diagnosed with depression, had just started her medication, and was laying on the couch when we came. As we were talking, she told me that her Psychiatrist explained,...Read More
“There are about 25 million Kurds in the world, give or take a few million. Their homeland, called “Kurdistan,” spans four countries: Iraq, Iran, Turkey, and Syria. They speak a language that is related to Persian, and have traditionally lived in the Taurus and Zagros mountains and nearby plains.