Monthly Archives: July 2007

Second Korean Hostage Murdered By Taliban, Body Recovered

Details from Yahoo News.  Apparently some people want to blame the missionaries for putting themselves in harm’s way.  Over the centuries, countless multitudes of missionaries have laid down their lives in service to Christ; their message was the mercy and … Continue reading

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South Korean Hostages – The Latest

The latest news is that the deadline has once again been extended until 4:30 today.  The Taliban are demanding an exchange of 8 hostages for 8 Taliban prisoners.  Once that exchange is complete, they’ll generate another list of 8 hostages to … Continue reading

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Why were South Korean missionaries in Afghanistan?

More background information here.  No one seems to be covering their current status, so keep praying. 

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How Do You Know You Are Hearing From God?

One of the things every Christian wants is a clear senses that they are in the will of God.  We want divine direction, wisdom for living, and answers to the deep questions of our hearts.  “Hearing from God” seems to … Continue reading

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Mark your calendars!

Wednesday, August 15, 2007, Emmanuel Baptist Church (on Folly Road, James Island)will be hosting a seminar on intercessory prayer with Michael Howard.  You can read about his ministry here.  I am told by Rev. George Kugblenu, my dear friend and … Continue reading

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South Korean Christians Held By Taliban

Pray for these missionaries – these could be their final hours on earth. Click on the link below, or cut and paste in your address line. Update:  apparently the group’s pastor was murdered, but the rest are still alive.  … Continue reading

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More proof that we need a Savior

In the news we have heard of a Columbia, SC, couple who were arrested on drug charges.  Authorities discovered that the couple had forced their young children (2 and 5 years old) to take large amounts of cocaine.  In another story … Continue reading

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