Journey Update: Feb 2018

I had a great Journey with Jesus to India in the middle of January. I was gone for the most part of eleven days.  The journey to and from India is quite an ordeal because it is literally on the other side of the world.

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When I Look Into Their Eyes

When I Look Into Their Eyes

I have seen some pitiful folks in my time. It is not the ragged clothes I see or their crippled limbs but their eyes that give me a glimpse of their misery and hopelessness.  I believe every person was granted to BE by God; this in itself makes me to know that there is dignity in every life.

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Spiritual Burden

SPIRITUAL BURDEN

As a child and young man growing up in church, I often heard people use the word “burden” quite often. Pastors would say they had a burden for their church.  Friends would speak of “carrying a burden” for a family member.  I don’t hear people use the term much anymore but I am very familiar with the term and the experience.  I would define “burden” as a deep concern planted by the Holy Spirit to motivate us to prayer and action.

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Obscurity

Obscurity

The subject of obscurity has dogged my steps for some time for reasons only God knows.  I know this sounds strange in a blog that could potentially be read by thousands of eyes but I would like to share my heart on this subject.  I think we need to rightly divide two statements made by Jesus.  In one He said, “Take heed that you do not do your charitable deeds before men, to be seen by them.  Otherwise you have no reward from your Father in heaven” (Matthew 6:1 NKJV).  In the second one, He said, “Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven” (Matthew 5:16 NKJV).

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Old Boots and Old Friends

Old Boots and Old Friends

Old boots are much like old friends. They started out maybe a little stiff and came across somewhat stand-offish..  At first they may not have seemed a perfect fit but the more time I spent with them the more we molded into one.  As we walked the roads together, we became a team of one.

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Be Jesus: To Someone, Somewhere, Somehow

I remember feeling a burden and calling from God to do ‘something’. At the time, I did not know what the ‘something’ was and what it would look like but the ‘something’ was nagging at my heart.  Eventually, I stepped out and began to do something.  The genesis of Pathway Outreach Ministries began with a ‘something’ — reaching out to kids in a local trailer park.  Pathway Outreach has evolved over time as God has opened more and different doors of opportunities.

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