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A young lady from Indiana Wesleyan University contacted Dan a few years ago asking to interview him. She was doing a paper on multi-generational ministry and wanted his input. Here are a few of her questions and a synopsis of Daniel's answers: Are/would short term mission trips be beneficial to your ministry? We have been involved with an orphanage in Tepic, Nayarit (Mexico) for many, many years. It is called Casa de Ninos and they model multi-generational principles so well.
I Found This
Joy and I are working on some Future Hope business and I found the article below which appeared in the "Bring Them In" newsletter a few years ago. It might encourage you and you might even learn something fresh! Creatively Teaching God’s Word with Freshly Fun Songs She was standing there in front of the television, watching our Krazy Prazy Worship music DVD. The television was on our product table beside our music CDs and books. That particular DVD accompanies our first two
Wouldn't It Be Loverly?
I have experienced a life-changing revelation over the last few years. In 2016, we noticed some wonderful fruit as God worked in us and through us as a result of this insight. It began as I started asking a question of myself a few years ago: As a disciple of Jesus, what does "love" look like on a day to day basis? The first part of the revelation was fairly obvious. It came from I Cor 13. If you don't have it memorized, please look at it as you read this, I promise that G