I Really Cannot Forget

I just came in from my third visit to Israel this morning feeling great…(maybe a little tired of the travel, that’s all!). What a refreshing time just to sit and hear God’s Word,… Continue reading

Power of Restoration

Yesterday I had an amazing experience on the Sea of Galilee. We boarded two of these usual boats and I immediately made my way to the bow, sitting right in front of everybody.… Continue reading

Trick or the Greatest Treat?

This was Friday, Oct 25, 2013, 7:02 IST, Mumbai, DNA news…here’s an excerpt… If you see a ferryboat full of women donning black robes and long, conical hats arrive at the Gateway of… Continue reading

I Tithe

There is such a growing fad among so many Christians I meet today. I’m sure you’ve met some of them and they carry a kind of ‘I know it all’ attitude that stinks… Continue reading

Sons and Hirelings

Browsing through some files the other day, I found a small study I once took on ‘sons and hirelings’. I just thought I’d put them together and post it today so that you… Continue reading

Be Blessed!

If my Dad were alive today, he would have just entered his 89th year. But he went to be with the Lord a little over two years ago. By the time he neared… Continue reading

The Fruit and the Heart

Just the other day, we were sitting around having coffee just by the sea, talking about the wonder of God’s blessings. Suddenly someone popped the question…“I’ve sown so much, but I haven’t seen… Continue reading

Impossible is Zilch

‘If you can believe, all things are possible to those who believe.’ Mark 9:23 I have always been challenged all my life about seeing and believing. I cannot forget the time I first… Continue reading

A New Season Indeed

It seems like this season thing has gripped me! Every season has a time period attached. To every time period there is a season latched. Then faith works the wonders of God. And… Continue reading

Change your Season

For nearly 13 years we lived in Central India. I learned so much from ordinary farmers and people I worked with. I did not really mean to call them ordinary, because farmers are… Continue reading