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Nepal 2013 Recap

“We’ve never seen this before.” This was the translated phrase we were told by the Nepali pastors after Megan finished the foot-washing exercise at the conference. Women and ...

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    Nepal 2013 Recap

    “We’ve never seen this before.” This was the translated phrase we were told by the Nepali pastors after Megan finished the foot-washing exercise at the conference. Women and Men came up to publicly declare their love for their spouses in a culture that never says “I love you” in public. This was my most thankful moment on our trip. There were many ...

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    Songs of Unity

    I asked people to read Psalm 133: Look! How good and how pleasant it is when brothers live together! It is like fine oil poured on the head which flows down the beard – Aaron’s beard, and then flows down his garments. It is like the dew of Hermon, which flows down upon the hills of Zion. Indeed that is where the ...

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    Pulling in the same direction

    At the beginning of the conference I was introduced as “the one who brought the lamb on the stage 4 years ago.” Ha, yes, that’s me – the lamb guy. I had been speaking from Revelations where Jesus is described as a lion but then John looked and saw a lamb. I had everyone close their eyes as I promised I would ...

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    At Home in Kathmandu

    The first time you visit Nepal can be overwhelming. You’re immediately assaulted by sights and sounds and smells that you’ve never experienced. Throngs of people surround you outside the airport offering a taxi ride or to carry your bags. Driving is a harrowing experience and you wonder how 2 lanes can turn into 5. This is my 5th trip to Nepal and ...

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    Nepal 2013: Building a Christ-Centered Family

    6 years ago, Megan and I sat in the home of a Nepali man named Robin Rai who was beaming as he told us about his wife, bragging that they had a “love marriage”. He introduced us to each of his children telling us what he loved about each one of them. He is one of the most joyful men I’ve ever ...

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    Think the typical Christian is white? Think again.

    If you think about what the typical Christian looks like, you might think of a man who has a drawl and isn’t quite hip to the latest fashions. You might imagine a typical church with rows and rows of pews and mauve or green carpet and a large stage. If this is your idea of a typical Christian, you couldn’t be farther ...

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