Thank you for visiting my ministry blog website. Please browse around. You will be provided with an overview, as well as a more detailed profile about the ministry and me personally. For a background and general introduction, click on the “About Me” section. Also, my regular ministry newsletters, prayer updates and other ministry activities are below and under the various “Pages or Blog” posts.

You can communicate with me here via email using my ministry “Cru.org” address. I welcome the opportunity to connect with you. Please share with me how God is working in your life, your prayer requests, your questions and comments, and your feedback on the ministry. You can also comment on each posting. Prayer requests also can be found in the Prayer section.  You can link to the Jesus Film Project and Campus Crusade for Christ, Intl. (also known as Cru) websites.

You can learn how you can partner directly in the ministry and join me in helping change lives worldwide. Click on the “Give” link.  The link will take you to my Campus Crusade for Christ Intl. (Cru) ministry donation web page, where you can give by e-check from your bank account or via credit or debit card. Your financial partnership can not only make a difference now, and ultimately for eternity.

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New friends and ministry partners are always welcome. Please forward this website to your family, friends and members of your church. The interest, prayers, and financial support by many are essential for the fruit that God is bringing forth through this ministry.  Again, thank you.

Recent Posts:

  • September Prayer Updates
    PRAISE: PRAY: Pray for our Language Production team as they create scripts and record new translations. Lift up my CA colleague, Gebre who is traveling to train a national recordist in Central Africa; we will soon have an in-country language recording technician in one of the most close countries on the continent.  As our team …
  • Compassion Is Passion With A Heart*
    Author and lecturer Leo Buscaglia once talked about a contest he had been asked to judge. The purpose of the contest was to find the most caring child. The winner was a four-year-old child whose next-door neighbor was an elderly gentleman who had recently lost his wife. Upon seeing the man cry, the little boy …

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