I have been thinking a good bit lately about culture and communication when it comes to sharing Christ with the people of Thailand. There is one thing that I am confident about in this topic….I will never be a Thai.
What if Chic-fil-a went global, or at least expanded to Khon Kaen, Thailand? What if on the Chic-fil-A restaurant locater page there was a country tab? What if in doing so, they took a great business to the ends of
In his book, Leaders Who Last, 70 year old Dave Kraft shares his past and current leadership practices. He clearly unpacks the following quote in a very helpful and encouraging way…. “The successful leader is a humble, God-dependent, team-playing servant
On my way to the top of a hill to take pictures of the smoke from the town hall in Khon Kaen being burned down by protesters, I found myself at a new protest spot across the street from the
Friends Forever Retreat 2010 (USA Gulf Coast) from marc lewis on Vimeo.
The other day I posted the following thought on Twitter: It is possible to follow the directives of Jesus faithfully yet fail to worship him. Matthew 28:16-17 My team-mate and friend John Hunt posted Revelation 2:2-4 on FB in agreement
This summer our summer missions team used Rick Warren’s Chapter Summary Method for a great seven week overview of Ephesians and Philippians. A few of them asked for something to study in-between Thailand and starting school back in the states.
I made and used this study guide with our 2010 summer missions team in Thailand. We just completed the last week and it was a great time of worshipful discussion. The book What is the Gospel by Greg Gilbert is
July 2010 Newsletter from Thailand