One Sunday afternoon over twenty years ago, I was asked to give a scruffy, junior-high boy named Keith Goodson a ride home from worship service. Honestly, if you’d told me that day that he would one day be called to be a minister of the Gospel, I might not have believed you. However, over the years, I must say that I’m not surprised that we are here today. Through worship services and mission trips; Bible study fellowships and street ministries; road trips and weekend retreats; it has been my great joy to witness Keith grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Elisabeth Elliot (1926 – 2015): A Short Tribute
I found that a woman I deeply respected, Elisabeth Elliot, died this week (June 15, 2015). Elisabeth Elliot lived a life that most of us can’t even imagine. She moved to Ecuador as a young missionary in 1953 and married her husband, Jim Elliot, on the mission field. A few
Grieving the loss of a childhood hero, Robin Williams
Grieving the loss of a childhood hero, Robin Williams. I read once that he was a really shy but broke out of his shell through acting and stand up. That pushed me to strive as well; to stretch out in my own way. Please join me in praying for his
First Year Together
Today, praising God for an amazing first year together with my wonderful wife. I love you, Mitsuyo.
Happy 2011 to you all. How is your new year so far? Although I enjoy the idea of beginning afresh this new year, I must admit that there is one new year’s tradition that I’m not very fond of: Resolutions (I mean, does anyone really even keep them passed January?).