Tag Archives: Danny Minton

TO THIRST FOR GOD

By DANNY MINTON Gladys May Aylward wanted to be a missionary to the Chinese people, but it was the 1930’s, and the world was engulfed in unrest.  Besides, she was a woman, a small woman with no language skills in any Chinese dialect, and no credentials to merit anyone sponsoring her efforts in wanting to go. But Gladys longed to

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THE VOICE OF THE LORD

By DANNY MINTON “You need to read this book…”. “Have you heard, …’s tape?” “This is a great blog click on this link.” “Have you seen this article?” How often has someone told us something along these lines? How often have we done it ourselves? I know I have on several occasions. Books, sermons, lessons, blogs, articles, webpages, and the

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A PLACE CALLED HOPEVALE

By DANNY MINTON Martyr /märder/ Noun: a person who is killed because of their religious or other beliefs. “saints, martyrs, and witnesses to the faith.” Nestled amid the Philippine Archipelago is the island of Panay. As you travel through the region of Capiz near Tapaz, you come to the mountains of Barrio Katipunan. It is in those mountains you find

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