Posts by mikeb

Peril in Nepal

Pray for church leaders and our brothers and sisters in Kathmandu. Terrorist have demanded “ransom” for protection and the churches are refusing (choosing to trust the Lord for protection). Join with them in prayer. Psalm 33-35.

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5 Things Leaders MUST Do

According to leadership experts James Kouzes and Barry Posner, there are 5 things that every leader must do in all times…especially these times. 1. Model the Way: be what you say, walk your talk, demonstrate that you can be trusted 2. Inspire a Shared Vision: give people a sense of direction, of hope, of a…

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New Leadership in Kyrgyzstan

IMED began in Kyrgyzstan in the 90’s. The missionary responsible on that end for launching this entire work is leaving Kstan after 11 years; Pete has been a great friend to IMED and to the Jholdas Project and to me. We praise God for his work and support. Pray for the new IMED representative in…

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Unrest in Western China

The demonstrations and violence aimed at the Uigurs (Muslims living in far western China) is also affecting workers in that area and may also spill over to the Kyrgyz community. Pray for restraint.

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North Africa

Pray for our graduates in a North African country where elections, national strikes, and other obstacles have seriously challenged their kingdom business launches.

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South Asia Businesses

Pray for 5 new South Asian kingdom entrepreneurs—the fruit of the recent Phase III trip from Fellowship Bible Church. Their funding is en route and their adventure is just beginning.

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Report from South Asia

As the team returned from South Asia (Country “B”—extremely closed), they completed Phase III of the Jholdas Project and came back with recommendations to fund five new graduates who will combine business as mission in their home country. Please pray for Tsh, Ng, Tal, Ben, and Len as the prepare to launch these strategic kingdom…

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South Asia Team Heading Home

For the next two days, our IMED South Asia Team (John G, Mike W, Perry C) will be working their way home. They served on the border of India and a very closed country to equip national believers to start kingdom businesses and how to use them for church planting in that unreached area. They…

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Gods that are No Gods

On my recent trip to Thailand I ran into this Bhuddist Temple… yet, even in the midst of this pagan worship there is a glimpse of the Truth… The top Chinese character means “righteous”—it is literally two characters “lamb” and “over me.” Amazing!

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