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Publishers of Believers Bible Commentary - Various Languages

Select the Word or the Acrobat/PDF logo, in the upper left to select desired format to view this document. Publishers of  the Believer´s Bible Commentary by William MacDonald Update April 2006 NT = Commentary on the New Testament, OT =Commentary on the Old Testament You will find these languages: NT: Albanian, Arabic, Bulgarian, Burmese, Chinese (two editions – Simple and Classic), Croatian, French, German, Hungarian, Japanese, Korean, M...

Daily Church Growth

Considerable attention has been given in recent years to Church Growth and Church Planting. This is most commendable because it is also scriptural. However, sometimes the proponents of Church Growth sound as if they had just discovered some new approach and some new objective in missionary work. It is not new to those who have studied missions in the light of the New Testament. On their first missionary journey, Paul and Barnabas evidently encouraged the new believers to gather together in loca...

Watching and Remembering

Sometimes charting the course for the future comes by looking to the past.   I did not have the privilege of growing up in a Christian home.  It was a good home in many ways, but one in which Christ was not present. During my childhood years, no one in our family knew the Lord though we attended a sizable Methodist meeting in town. I don’t ever recall hearing the Gospel preached there, but if it was, we were blind to it and eventually our family lost interest and...

Groves , Anthony Norris Bio

Anthony Norris Groves (1795-1853), "the father of faith missions," deeply influenced the founders of the China Inland Mission, the North Africa Mission, and particularly his own brother-in-law, George Muller. Anthony was the only son in a family of six. His mother was gentle and talented. His father was an aggressive businessman, who lost much of his wealth in ill-advised ventures. The Groves were staunch Anglicans, attending the gloomy old grime-stained Anglican Church at Fulham in ...

Van Ryn , August

 August Van Ryn (1890-1982) wrote of his birth, "My arrival in Haarlem (Netherlands) on May 15, 1890, created no particular sensation (unless it was one of dismay, for already there were seven Van Ryns ahead of me--with five more to come after). So my birth was nothing special to others, though it was to me." His mother was from Switzerland. On several occasions when J. N. Darby passed through Switzerland, he visited her parents' home. She recalled being held on his lap while he ...
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