Saturday, October 29, 2011


October 30, 2011

In America we sometimes celebrate deception.  We all know that bunnies do not lay eggs, nor does the plant kingdom produce henfruit (hen eggs), yet we celebrate Easter with bunnies that lay eggs hidden in the grass and marvel at bushes that grow multi-colored henfruit.  We all know there is no Santa Claus, yet we celebrate Christmas with red-suited men carrying sacks of free gifts.  We all “know” there are

Monday, October 24, 2011

History of Pastor Mohamad Yasin and New Life - and recent letter

I met Pastor Mohamad Yasin in 1994 at his home in Bartica, a small town about fifty miles upriver from Georgetown, Guyana.  In his youth he was a devout Muslim, but he committed his life to Jesus Christ in 1961 when he witnessed his teacher being completely healed of heart disease in a Christian evangelistic meeting.  For fifty years now he has

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Ten Dollars

            Once there were three men.  One was rich, one had ten dollars, and the other was destitute and starving.  The Lord told the man with the ten dollars to give his money to the rich man.  He refused and with his ten dollars he bought a steak dinner, promptly choked on it and died.  Now there was a rich man, a dead man, and a man left destitute and starving.
Once there were three men.  One was rich, one had ten dollars, and the other was

Monday, October 17, 2011

HAVEMORE (a little humor)

Asmore makemore we all desiremore.  We lustmore to obtainmore of what we seemore only to wantmore when we getmore of what we longfor.  To havemore we spendmore and to makemore we workmore while mom and the kids needmore than everbefore that we be at homemore.  We’re sickmore because we

Sunday, October 16, 2011


I deal with two opposing, but undeniable, realities:  I am ageless, but I am getting older; I am completely healed, but I am sometime sick; I will live forever, but I am dying; I am rich, but I am poor; I am a son of God,