Stories of Demons on the Missions Field

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by Lana Hope cross posted from her blog Wide Open GroundGrowing up, my family was not particularly superstitious about demons, ghosts, and spirits. There was a reason for this. We were influenced by the Reformed Tradition. My dad does not believe in a rapture, tribulation, or 1,000 year reign. He believes the 1000 year reign is symbolic of the current age, that Satan and his demons were bound up at the cross, and that they can roar and scare us, but they cannot possess us or hurt us. This does not mean I grew up with no fear of evil forces; indeed, we were taught that we had sin dwelling in our bodies, and that sin was always trying to pull us down. But we did not believe that there were … [Read more...]

Laughter is the Best Medicine: Have You Found Jesus?

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How many of us have had door to door evangelists or missionaries show up on our doorstep to ask if we're found Jesus? Usually it happens when you are doing something difficult or messy, like hanging wallpaper or outside scrubbing the garbage cans out while not at your best. … [Read more...]

Laughter Is Good Medicine: Dogma

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Do you get door to door proselytizers for every religion imaginable?I do, one day last week I had Jehovah's Witnesses, Seventh Day Adventists, Mormons and the local very strict version of the IFB, ladies clad in very long skirts with … [Read more...]


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