Monthly Archives: August 2011

“Stuck” in Amman, Jordan

Well…I’ve often preached that when you find yourself in an unusual circumstance, especially one that taxes your physical limitations as well as your sensibilities, your best bet is to ask this question: “Lord, why am I here? For what purpose, … Continue reading

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To market, to market…

OK, let’s be honest…I was REALLY wanting to post some pretty awesome worship video from the Winners Camp but wordpress is making me reformat from Quicktime and I don’t have time to do that today. Maybe when I get back … Continue reading

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As-Salaam Alaikum

A simple act of kindness. Sometimes that is all it takes to break down walls of prejudice and fear. The other day in Sri Lanka, I met the general manager of a little restaurant where I was having afternoon tea. … Continue reading

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Sri Lanka’s Majestic Beauty

It is difficult to describe the natural beauty of Sri Lanka. The lush greenery, gorgeous mountain views, the impeccable beaches, the waterfalls. I especially love the mountains…my Mom always quotes Psalm 121, “I will lift my eyes unto the hills, from … Continue reading

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Holy Spirit Power among the youth of Sri Lanka

Ok folks….here we go! Just over an our from now the 21st edition of Winners Youth Camp begins with 450 young people ages 17-30! Already the leadership staff has declared and seen the glory of God on this campus. Before … Continue reading

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Worship and Ministry in 3 languages at Lighthouse Gampola

Sometimes a picture (or pictures) can be worth 1000 words.

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Equipping the Pastor Sendhils of the World

There are times in one’s life when you wonder if what you do is really making a difference in a lost and dying world. This is NOT one of those times. On Friday I had a chance to visit with … Continue reading

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