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In the early Church – its early days recorded in the Book of Acts in the New Testament – the believers had a powerful, life-changing encounter with Jesus and then a daily experience of His love… And, they recognized that together they were the people of God And, that they were, together, the Church – […]

The Most Ignored Sin

The following article was written by Jon Zens in 2008. Three things to keep in mind: 1> Most Christians never realize or understand the despicable, sub-human act that gossip and slander are in the eyes of God until it happens to them. 2> Zens is using the biblical definitions for “gossip” and “slander,” not the […]

Warning: The World is Watching

How We Christians Treat One Another “If Christians cannot extend grace through faithful presence within the body of believers, they will not be able to extend grace to those outside.” James Davison Hunter In line with that … a non-believer writes: “I’m not a Christian because of how most of the Christians I’ve known treat […]

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 […]


  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 […]