Medical Preparation for Humanitarian Missions

“Doctor, this will be a very long war if for every division I have facing the enemy, I must count on a second division in hospital with malaria and a third division convalescing from this debilitating disease.” General Douglas MacArthur to Colonel Paul F. Russell, US Army malaria consultant, May 1943. Just like soldiers going… Read More Medical Preparation for Humanitarian Missions

A. Reid Jepson – Pastor, Missionary, Mentor

The classroom was empty, but I was sure it would soon be full. A junior at Biola University, I was excited about my developing relationship with God and expecting the gospel of Jesus Christ to reach the world in my lifetime.  A leader in the Student Missionary Union (SMU), I had arranged a prayer meeting… Read More A. Reid Jepson – Pastor, Missionary, Mentor

Paul’s Missionary Journeys

A brief summary of the missionary trips of the Apostle Paul. As Christians read the New Testament, it is easy to forget how much time elapsed between Matthew and Revelation, almost 100 years.  Jesus died and rose again around 30 AD, and for two years the church grew, rapidly and in relative peace.  The persecution… Read More Paul’s Missionary Journeys