Making History

You may not know this, but history is going to be made this summer. It’s nothing new, though. It’s been happening for a long time. Eleven years ago, I was preparing for my first overseas mission trip. As a college student, I was contemplating what kind of impact could I have. As a fairly new […]

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Five Missionary Lessons from St. Patrick

  March 17th is St. Patrick’s Day, and we should honor this early missionary. A few years ago,   Carrie Kelly wrote an article for the Intersect Project entitled “The Man Behind the Myth: 5 Things You Can Learn About St. Patrick.”  Kelly’s article is worth the read,  and I encourage you to check it out. […]

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Astronauts and Missionaries

This December marks the 50th anniversary of the exhilarating Apollo 8 mission. I recently listened to the accounts of how these men trained to accomplish what seemed like an impossible task, and then later worked together as a team to accomplish that very task in Jeffrey Kluger’s Apollo 8: The Thrilling Story of the First […]

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