I live in a tourist town. There are benefits and downsides just like there are to anything. We have a nice sized tourist-based income as a whole, but the extra upkeep it takes to keep things pretty for the visitors tends to keep our cost of living higher than neighboring areas too. C’est la vie. … Continue reading Street Preaching
The following pictures are scanned pages from the Voice of the Martyrs monthly magazine. Each month they feature real-life stories of today’s martyrs around the world. The newsletter is free to receive. I encourage you to subscribe. This month’s featured an 80-year-old North Korean woman who came to Christ very late in life…after six suicide … Continue reading Martyr Monday: Hope the Cell-Evangelist
Well folks, it has been a LONG time since my last post. I have certainly missed you all, and I hope the feeling was mutual. Tonight in my 90-day Beth Moore devotional on Jesus, which after about three years of poking slowly through I am only a few days shy of finishing, she offered a … Continue reading What Can Man Do To Me?
Within the long history of warfare, cyberattacks are a relatively new method of battle, but can potentially be categorized as weapons of mass destruction. While not deadly in an of themselves, cyberattacks open the door to any number of various military actions. Recently, a two incidents have brought the severity of cyberwarfare to the forefront … Continue reading Is North Korea Sending a Message?