Monthly Archives: January 2010

The Grunt Work of Ministry

I heard a lady say lately, “Once a Marine, always a Marine.” She was speaking of her husband. He had been out of the Marines for a few years, but I understood what she meant. I used to be an … Continue reading

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My Response to Pat Robertson and Haiti Crisis

I’ve been praying for the situation and people of Haiti. I’ve notice over the past 5 years that increase in hurricanes, earthquakes and tsunamis, ect. The questions this kind of thing raises in our minds is “where is God in … Continue reading

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Creating a Culture of Evangelism

From January 31-February 3, 2010, I will be leading an “Every Believer a Witness” seminar. This seminar equips believers to share their faith in a few ways. 1. I will teach participants how to share their faith by using their … Continue reading

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100 Baptisms in 2010

God has inspired FBC Ruidoso to ask the Lord to do a “God sized task” in 2010. We are asking Him to allow us to baptize 100 people. Our church averages 10 baptisms a year and we are already at … Continue reading

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10 Things @FBC Ruidoso

I’ve been in Ruidoso, New Mexico for 4 months now. This place is incredible. Here’s 10 things I’ve done here in four months that I had not done in the last few years. 1. I’ve seen more deer than at … Continue reading

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