Message Vs. Messenger: In Memory of Luis Palau

Between the message and the messenger, which is more important?  It goes without saying that the message is more important because it is the message that makes the messenger important and powerful.  If there is no message, then the messenger will be meaningless. ...

Tribute to Ravi Zacharias

One of the most influential persons that helped shape who I am and what I do is Ravi Zacharias. Ever since I heard him speak for the first time in Amsterdam in 1986, my heart has been drawn to this man’s life and ministry. When I personally met him in 1987, he handed...

Revival in Saharanpur, India

Revival in Saharanpur written by S.Y., a missionary serving in Saharanpur, India – A gospel tract blown by the wind Because of the strong anti-Christian policy of the Indian government, all British missionaries left India in 1983 and the Christians who depended...

Horm Suey

Reverend Horm Suey, the current Chair of the Pastors Association of the Banteay Meanchey Province of Cambodia, is a very warm-hearted and meek person.  When this association decided to host a citywide gospel festival with DCMi, he gave a word of encouragement to the...

Message Vs. Messenger

All that we know about Amos is what is written in the book named for him.  Amos received God’s message for Israel in a ‘vision’ while he was among the shepherds of Tekoa then he declared that message like a roaring lion (1:2).  Amaziah, the priest of Bethel, reported...

Leader’s Character

So much of leadership relies on good character. Trust is created through it. Talent is protected by it. Internal peace is fostered by it. People cannot climb beyond the limitations of their character. Leaders cannot succeed beyond the depth of their character. Good...