For those who invest in God’s Kingdom, and the spread of the Good News, something keeps rolling in that is more precious than worldly assets—people’s lives are changed that keep bearing more and more fruit. Just this past week I received five emails that are a result of your investment in our ministry over the … More The gifts that keep on giving
Sharon and I extend our wishes for a Christ-filled New Year. We are now formally with Global Training Network (GTN), and plunging forward toward our goal to multiply, equip and encourage leaders…hundreds of them in 2012…and thousands in the years ahead. We are already considering invitations to train leaders in Uganda, South Sudan, Kenya, Costa … More Exciting New Year, Exciting New Season
Dear Friends and Family, I am writing to let you know that Sharon and I are shifting our ministry organization to Global Training Network (GTN). We want to thank you for your ongoing support and friendship as we begin this new ministry adventure. For the past several months Sharon and I have been wrestling with … More Shifting Ministry Organizations
As the heading says, I am in Sao Paulo, Brazil to teach for eight days. During the first half of my time here I will teach on “The Divine Expedition” from Romans. In the second half of my trip, I will lead a workshop on “The Leader as Coach.” In between these two seminars, I … More From Brazil
This past month and the month ahead have been and will be busy speaking, traveling, and editing. I spoke at the Vineyard Westside (Santa Monica) two Sundays in June and speak at Living Oaks Church (Thousand Oaks) and Bay Marin Church (San Rafael) in July. I will also participate in the Christian Associates North America … More Serve the City Team in Brussels
I recently received an email of appreciation. It’s always an encouragement to get feedback about how God in His grace has used and is using us. Here is the note I received: “Linus, It is the coolest of blessings to receive the “Expedition” newsletter. I am looking forward to your book coming out. My memories … More Thanks Peter–it’s nice to be appreciated!