Tonight, you will have opportunity to witness a rare sight: a full moon on Friday the 13th. The last time this happened was in October 2000 and it isn’t expected to happen again until August 2049. If you’re superstitious, you might consider it almost sinister:
In 2001, missionaries Jim and Roni Bowers were flying into Peru with their six-year-old son, Cory, and their infant daughter, Charity. A CIA spotter plane, part of an anti-narcotics program, identified the missionary aircraft as a potential drug runner, alerting Peruvian authorities of their suspicions.
For several years now at BBC, we have promoted a “prayer psalm of the week.” We simply follow the Psalms systematically, and each week we encourage the church to use the psalm for that week as a means to pattern their prayers. In August 2014,
I recently returned from a trip to a country where two of our missionaries are serving. The land where they are making disciples is a difficult place, in many ways—not the least of which is that only about one percent of the population are evangelical