The Kelvinator

“You and God” features a repeat of a post published last fall about Kelvin Krueger, missionary to South Africa.  Kelvin was released from lifelong disabilities Tuesday, February 2, and was ushered into his Savior’s presence. When doctors discovered a cranial tumor in Kelvin before he was five years old, they did not give him much hopeContinue reading “The Kelvinator”

Cheer Up Ye Saints of God

“Count it all joy” James, half-brother of Jesus, wrote to Hebrew believers about 30 years after Jesus had been crucified in Jerusalem by the Roman government at the behest of the Jewish nation.  James calls them the “twelve tribes scattered abroad,” because a wave of harsh persecution against Jewish converts to Christianity broke out four orContinue reading “Cheer Up Ye Saints of God”

I Can’t Outrun Your Tears!

Each of the synoptic gospels gives us insight into a character trait that the Lord Jesus Christ possessed, one that every follower of His ought to strive personally to cultivate: compassion.  It is a rare find today to see it evidenced in our skeptic-riddled world, which is so distrustful, so doubting and dubious of the motivesContinue reading “I Can’t Outrun Your Tears!”

Suffering 21st Century Saints

About 25 years ago, an evangelist was able to organize a trip to Cuba, the window of opportunity opening for a limited time to travel there for humanitarian and educational purposes.  It was a two-way arrangement with our neighboring nation just 90 miles southeast of Florida and the journey was one etched in my memory indelibly.  AnotherContinue reading “Suffering 21st Century Saints”