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Mile Marker |Jacoby's First Expositional Message |Genesis 3:1-9

  Genesis 3:1-9 “Serpentology”   …let’s feed upon Christ incarnate, God’s very Word!   This morning we are going to talk about something everyone has in common. From Ghandi to Eminem, Mother Mary to Joseph Stalin, from Charlie Sheen to Constantine’s mother Helen, from Yanokovich to the Dahli Llama. It’s a thing called sin.   … Continue reading

Gospel Centrality on Mission

 Here’s something I wrote up today for a particular ministry starting up, working together with people of different churches. This is to be doubly sure that we all have a good understanding of what we agree on concerning the Gospel centrality of the mission.   Would you sign it?   All of these affirmations and … Continue reading

How Do I Know What Decision God Wants Me To Make?

For a list of Bible verses on God’s Moral Will, CLICK HERE. Check out these internet articles and blogs on God’s will by Jack Wellman, John Piper, R.C. Sproul, and a long list on Monergism’s website! Some great audio teachings by John MacArthur on youtube blog, James MacDonald (4 part teaching for purchase) or (for … Continue reading

Most Memorable Messages!

I thought it would be worth my while and yours to throw together a quick blog of my most memorable sermons. This is a list of sermons which, for the last ten years of my life, have for some reason or other been the most memorable to me. Be blessed as you listen to hear … Continue reading

Friends in the Foxhole

There is a striking contrast between those living a peaceful, routine, Disneylandish sort of life at home and those who must face tragic realities of war or oppression as a normal part of life. There are many accurate parralels which can be made between war and our spiritual lives as Christians, as the Church. The … Continue reading

Why I Hate Religion but Love Jesus | Remixed, Uncut & Raw | Spoken Word

Check out our Rendition of “Why I Hate Religion but Love Jesus” Why I Hate Religion but Love Jesus | Remixed, Uncut & Raw | Spoken Word Created by DOLPHINMedia

What is a Redemption Group?

  I remember reading a blog once by John MacArthur called “Grunge Christianity?“. He severely criticized Mars Hill in Seattle and Mark Driscoll, rather than from a Scriptural defense, the article was highly opinionated. He acused the ministry in Seattle of stunting the sanctification of the church members.   “His defense of substitutionary atonement might … Continue reading

A Means to a Means to a Means

Hello everyone. Just some thoughts from the hearts on asking people for money. Have any thoughts? You’re welcome to comment below.     For anyone curious, here is a link to the missions agency which oversees our monthly financial allowance:   INTERNATIONAL MESSENGERS   Link to blog on Scriptural Support for Support Raising —>HERE   … Continue reading

PROJECT ODESSA LIFE | MISSIONS VIDEO

MISSIONS IN THE CONCRETE JUNGLE | UKRAINE | PROJECT ODESSA LIFE from DOLPHINmedia on Vimeo.

A Christmas Note to Odessa & the World

This week I was upset about the fact that everywhere I go in Odessa I see Grandfather Frost decor and zero nativity sets.  I did manage to find one pretty small one of relatively poor quality.  I have since been informed that many churches do build their own.  It remains very noticeable though that communism … Continue reading

Financing Update/Prayer Update | December 2011

An important note: Lord willing, if everything goes well with the Visa application for Lera, we will be flying into Seattle March 7th just prior to Immersion Group training and returning to Ukraine out of L.A. on June 26th immediately following the Resolved Conference.  We are also hoping to be trained as Kairos Course facilitators … Continue reading

A Christmas Blog from Ukraine

It’s been one year, one month and thirty days since I crossed the Atlantic for the first time and placed my feet on Ukrainian soil.  Odessa is a charming city in its own right, hugging the Black Sea, hiding thousands of trees on the streets behind its many tall rectangular concrete buildings.  The center is … Continue reading