Remembering Dr. Roy Fish and his passion for the “good news”

"We lost another good one, today." Those were the words I found myself using all day after hearing about the passing of my former professor Dr. Roy Fish on 9/10/12. Dr. Fish was a distinguished professor of evangelism at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and served as an important denominational and ecumenical leader around the world. … Continue reading Remembering Dr. Roy Fish and his passion for the “good news”

FDR’s Prayer For the Allied Troops on D’Day

Today's anniversary of D-Day marks almost 70 years since the most important series of world events during the twentieth century swung in favor of the Allied Forces. On June 6, 1944, 160,000 Allied troops landed along a 50-mile stretch of heavily-fortified French coastline to fight Nazi Germany on the beaches of Normandy, France. General Dwight … Continue reading FDR’s Prayer For the Allied Troops on D’Day

Father Maximilian Kolbe and World War II – trading one life for another

I have been blessed with the opportunity to travel to the nation of¬†Poland with outstanding mission teams in the last two years. Our trips always begin and end in the capital city of Warsaw.¬† Warsaw has grown to be a very important westernized city, though much of it is plain and far from unique. In … Continue reading Father Maximilian Kolbe and World War II – trading one life for another

John Stott (1921-2011) lives as a homeless man – a story in memory of his death today

Today (7-27-11), the saintly John R. W. Stott died in London at the age of 90. "Uncle John" was and is one of the most important people to help shape the evangelical landscape in the last 100 years. He has also been called "the most influential clergyman in the Church of England during the twentieth … Continue reading John Stott (1921-2011) lives as a homeless man – a story in memory of his death today