Feb
16
2017

In my last post, I explained how Sam Buliga graduated high school in Communist Romania despite the constant ridicule of teachers and students and the incessant harassment toward he and his family by the Securitate, the Romanian Secret Police. These thugs had assured Sam’s father that because he did not become an informant for them, […]

Feb
2
2017

Sam Buliga was raised in a village in northern Romania, two miles from Soviet Russia, in the territory that is now Ukraine. As a seven year old boy in 1965, he would walk two kilometers to and from school in the deep snow. His father was the lay preacher of the church in their village […]

Jan
13
2017

This excellent sermon illustration was used: Once upon a time the animals decided they should do something meaningful to meet the challenges of the new world. They developed an activity curriculum of climbing, swimming, running and flying. To make the administration easier all the animals took all the subjects. The duck was excellent in swimming, […]

Sep
10
2016

Dub Jackson’s driving passion for life and adventure as a fighter pilot in World War II seemed to dove tail into his passion to bring the Gospel of Christ to the Japanese people after the war. The son of a small town church pastor in west Texas, Dub always knew that there was a special […]

Aug
26
2016

I asked Dub Jackson what his biggest thrill was during his missionary career. He replied, “Well, I don’t know. It was all a joy. If you are doing what God wants you to do, it is a joy. If you’re doing God’s will, you are in the center of His will – Live it up!”  […]