How Much Longer Do I Have?

(Featured Image: Genesis and I are blessed to be receiving premarital counseling with this good friend and brother in Christ) Dear friends and family, King Hezekiah was the sovereign over Israel in the times of the Prophet Isaiah, while facing the terrible Assyrian assault. God miraculously rescued the nation when Hezekiah humbly begged for mercy for... Continue Reading →

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His Way, His Time

(Featured Image: Celebrating Genesis' 24th Birthday!) Dear friends and family, “Man is but dust and ashes,” is what Job, Solomon, and so many others in Scripture asked the Lord to remember. This life can be so full of activity and monotony, joy and sorrow. We are the children of God, an apt illustration, for we... Continue Reading →

ExpoLit Miami!

Dear friends and family,   Most of this was written yesterday, as we were flying somewhere over Louisiana, at a cruising altitude of 39,000 thousand feet, on our way to Miami International Airport. I say we, because my parents were on the same flight. They got on the plane to Bolivia today and I will... Continue Reading →

Rooted in Love

Dear friends and family,   Greetings from a chilly Lima, Peru, where I will be speaking over the weekend before continuing to Tarapoto to teach a couple weeks at the Bible School on Church History. Then it’s off to Miami and Seattle before returning home in mid-August. June was a month of great suffering for... Continue Reading →

War Is Upon Us

(Pictured above: Recording for TV, using the opportunity to promote my book. Santiago, who is next to me, is a well-known elder in the area)​ Dear friends and family, I’m currently on route back to Bolivia after a good few weeks in New York and New Jersey, preaching at a variety of Spanish- and English-speaking... Continue Reading →

Unshakable Faith

(Pictured: promo made for Confesiones de un inquisidor; release date April 14, 2017) Dear friends and family, Reading through 2 Corinthians 6 a couple days ago, I was encouraged by the Apostle Paul’s tenacity and perseverance in the ministry. He speaks of the many challenges that faced his ministry: being persecuted by Jews and Gentiles,... Continue Reading →

A Weary World

(Pictured above: with Pastor Tonchy Oropeza who came with his band "Como Callar" to give a concert) Dear friends and family, Seeing as we are in the Southern Hemisphere, February and March tend to be busy months for all of us here, with the Bible School starting up, as things in general begin at school, university,... Continue Reading →

How Was Your Year?

Dear friends and family, How can we gauge if 2016 was a success? Perhaps we can do it this way: did your bank account grow? Did you get a raise? Were you healthy? How many messages did you preach? How many ministries did you get involved in? People in Bolivia think New Year is the... Continue Reading →

The Joy of Completion

Dear friends and family, (Had enough politics for a day? A year? A lifetime? Don’t worry, none here!) I remember several years ago when I was organizing a big missions event at Emmaus Bible College. Many people were working together to orchestrate it, everyone on our team pulling their weight. The awaited day arrived and... Continue Reading →

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