Taiwan or China? “When thinking about ministry to Chinese people we immediately consider the needs of Mainland China. However, Taiwan is also a Chinese society of over 23 million people.” Before going to Taiwan as a missionary, I was painfully unaware of the great need for Christ in this island country. Like many other Christians, I wrongly assumed that Taiwan did not have as great … Continue reading Taiwan or China?
It is now summer, and I have successfully completed one year of teaching ELL (English Language Learners) in Taiwan at Morrison Academy Kaohsiung. Recently, many of my blog posts and email updates have been about His Hands Taiwan, an on-the-side ministry in which I’ve been involved. However, I also want everyone to know more about my primary ministry of teaching missionary kids, other international children, and local Taiwanese students with foreign passports. Continue reading “Taught & Taught Through”
— The Voyage of the Dawn Treader is my favorite book in The Chronicles of Narnia. I’m excited to see the movie this Christmas! Continue reading The Voyage of the Dawn Treader in Theaters
Life in Those Old Bones “[A healthy denomination] allows us to share specific theological convictions, practice expressions of ministry relevant to our communities, and serve a common mission in the one thing that brings true unity: the gospel.” ~ Ed Stetzer, Christianity Today Magazine Continue reading Life in Those Old Bones
Big, Sweeping–But Not Insipid–Prayers Encouraging instruction from John Piper on praying for the nations. Continue reading Big, Sweeping–But Not Insipid–Prayers