Entries by elizabeth

Web write-up for Kazakhstan, January 2018

In mid-January 2018 Ralph will heading back for the first of three trips into the amazing nation of Kazakhstan in Central Asia. Ralph has been working in this nation for over a decade and works with both traditional churches, church networks, as well as house churches and their networks. He has established a great number […]

August 2017 apostolic ministry in Southern Manitoba

Ralph and his team member, Tom Sanders, just returned from a four day trip into Southern Manitoba … the area in and around the cities of Winkler and Morden. It was a powerful time of meetings, ministering, and mentoring. It was neat to see God’s hand in each and every person’s life and the way […]

THE APOSTOLIC CENTERS

  God’s plan for the Church that Jesus is building is that there would be a fivefold ministry team involved in the life of each local church *Ephesians 4:11-12 “And he gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the                      shepherds and teachers, to equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up […]

NOMINAL OR PHENOMENAL 

LOOKING AT BELIEVERS … (Their life – not their ministry) As a believer in the Lord Jesus Christ As a disciple of Jesus As someone who is following the way of the Lord You can choose to be nominal and thus insignificant in impact and a Christian “in name only” Or – You can choose […]

BURNING YOUR BRIDGES

I want to talk about “burning your bridges” I have noticed something in Scripture recently – a truth I needed to be reminded of once again I believe God brought it to my attention Abraham was told by God to leave what he knew and was successful in and move out in faith to something […]

Church Plant – Toronto

In the city of Toronto there are a large number of Russian speaking young people. Some are there to study at the many universities in the Greater Toronto Area. Others are there working as they become Canadian citizens. A number of young people that Ralph has worked with in the nation of Kazakhstan (they speak […]