Archive for December, 2006

Hero’s of Scotland

December 30th, 2006

Why, within a hundred years, did such a small country, with a small population, produce so many missionaries? 150 years ago the people of Scotland were leading the way globally per capita in world missions. Iain Murry suggests that these key ingredients made this significant nation massively potent for the Kingdom of God internationally.

“Scottish missionaries […]

Cigarette’s and Truth

December 15th, 2006

Got to love Scotland. When it comes to the tobacco industry they don’t mince words. On one side, “Smoking Kills.” On the other side of the same box “Smoking can cause a slow and painful death.”
A friend of mine gave me this box after he finished them off. You have to shake your head. It […]

Is History Repeating Itself?

December 7th, 2006

Thanks to Christ’s Church Federal Way I have been doing some extra reading on the history of Scottish Christianity (reformation to present.) I think the most appalling, yet most encouraging theme of Scottish history is the complete abandonment of the faith and subsequent reviving. I was shocked to discover that the church has […]

Evidence of the Spirit

December 1st, 2006

What a special Sunday!
This Sunday we baptized Richard. He came to Re:Hope last February and then gave his life to Jesus. He has been consistently growing and showing the real fruit of a transformed life. He has been reading through the bible and going through a “Christianity Explored” class. God has truly got a hold […]