Daddy’s days

Yesterday and today are daddy’s days… mom’s out! For two days in a row, Mira visits seminars on evangelisation. Sounds boring, or even offensive when you’re a non-believer – but it is far from that. I think we have come a long way from the old-style, pushy way of bringing the gospel (I remember the so-called street-evangelism in the mall in Utrecht, with a group … Lees verder Daddy’s days

Busy schedule

By now I really know I work with Agapè / Campus Crusade for Christ. This morning I was asked to lead worship tomorrow morning at the monthly staff meeting. This Sunday I will be speaking at a special service in our former church in Amsterdam on The Passion of The Christ (where Agapè is heavily involved in the follow-up and outreach activities here in The … Lees verder Busy schedule

Church & The City

Agape’s mission is to see The Netherlands influenced by the gospel of Jesus Christ. The strategy to make this happen is through the cities. Traditionally, we have always been strong in the countryside, but not in the cities. I think this has a lot to do with the fact that the church in general has been stronger in those places than in the large cities. … Lees verder Church & The City

Today Christians all over the world commemorate th…

Today Christians all over the world commemorate that Jesus Christ gave his life to reconcile us with God. “He was wounded for our transgressions; He was bruised for our iniquities; the chastisement of our peace was on Him; and with His stripes we ourselves are healed.” (Isaiah 53,5) Read the story of Jesus’ passion in Matthew 27. [From The Passion of the Christ Weblog] Lees verder Today Christians all over the world commemorate th…

10 years after

Today is the day that 10 years ago the genocide in Rwanda started. After a plane crash that kills the president, Hutu men start to extinct the Tutsi people, killing 900.000 of them. Yes, nine-hundred-thousand! Yesterday I heard a documentary on the radio that was based on the book “Season of the Machetes” by French reporter Jean Hatzfeld. It is a horror story, in which … Lees verder 10 years after