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The Global Prayer Movements prayer journal for June is focused on Eastern Europe. It has lots of great photos of our coworkers here in Eastern Europe and many great ways you can pray for the countries in our area this month. Pleas download a copy and refer to it throughout June or any time that […]
All 5 of us are arrived in Keszthely, Hungary on the 28th of June. We will be here until the 29th of July. We are participating in the Speak Out! project that is being run by the Hungarian ministry. It is a huge project that involves many staff from a number of countries. Keszthely (say […]
I spent just a few days in Moldova last month. I was there with two of my co-workers to help the Moldovan staff set up software to aid their ministry through leading with information. The visit was brief, it did not take us long to configure the system, train the staff and turn everything over […]
A quick little video update on what’s up with the Peck’s.
This video comes from our campus ministry in Canada, Campus for Christ. Our ministry operates under many different names all over the world, but this is a great glimpse into a part of what campus ministry looks like no matter where it is taking place. The Impact of myCravings from The NEST on Vimeo.
I run into things that turn my mind towards God’s truth all the time in all kinds of places. I was at the gym, sweating and in general feeling miserable. I heard a song that contained the following line, If there’s discretion that you’ve not abandoned, now’s the time. I really have no idea what […]
In one of the sessions at the Lausanne conference Os Guinness argued that, “…globalization, the process, represents the greatest challenge to the Gospels since the apostles and the greatest opportunity for the Gospel since the apostles.” Os defined globalization as, “The process through which our human interconnectedness has now reached truly global proportions.” This leads […]