Wycliffe Bible translator, Lee Bramlett, had learned that most verbs for the Hdi people of Cameroon ended in either an a, i, or u. While still unsure how to reach these people with God’s love for them, God prompted Lee to look at their verb for love, which was “dva” and “dvi”, but never “dvu”.
When he discussed this observation with the tribal leaders that were helping him with his Bible translation work, their eyes were opened to understand the Gospel. Continue reading “One Unused Vowel Saves a People”
As we celebrate Thanksgiving and thank God for His abundant provision, join us in reflecting on another great “spiritual harvest” which Jesus speaks of in John chapter 4. Continue reading The Spiritual Harvest
No one else was out when I spotted three folded green bills lying near the sidewalk. Continue reading The Eternal Value of Seven Dollars
Cas thought of yelling after the purse-snatchers: “Hey come back! I want to give you the rest of the money in my coat pocket!” Continue reading Living a Radical Life – Like Jesus
If your heart goes out to people who worship rock stars and/or are addicted to drugs, you will be encouraged by Brian Welch’s story. Brian found Christ, freedom from drugs, and a new life. Continue reading Hope for Drug Addicts
“Several times that week I did not try to share Christ when I had the opportunity. Then, our pastor explained the meaning of “trespasses”: incomplete obedience, shortcomings … Continue reading Our Shortcomings