Pakistan After the Flood

How will the world ever learn of the love of Christ if we aren't willing to love others in the same way?

It won't. Let that sink in for a moment.

Today's guests, David and Senova Mitchell are two of a rare breed of missionary - willing to go to the ends of the earth to make sure that no one they ever meet will miss out on experiencing God's love in person. Their story will inspire you.

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  • byron piro

    Norm, Just the kind of message that America needs to hear. Many of us, me among them ,hear our own version of Islam and of Muslims. Many feel that they are out to control the world and bring their law to us by whatever means are necesary. Europe has already seen and felt the overwhelming presence of the Islam experience. I feel as though Islam is America’s biggest threat. The catering of our President to their views only compounds our fear. Truly this is the last Christian nation on earth and it is under severe attack. Sometimes I feel like a shallow Christian because I don’t feel love for Muslims. Their beliefs feel closed to me. My son is a student at Dallas Theological Seminary and feels that our persecution is just star and that he longs for it. He feels that the church grows faster when we are persecuted, so he says bring it on.

    In any case I need constant reminding of the Love of Christ, in it there is no room for fear or hate. There is much for me to learn and remember and your program reminds me of this every time I listen. Keep up the good work.

    Sep 27, 2010 at 9:06 pm