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Excerpt from Steve and Becky Diems prayer letter August 21, 2007

Posted by roberttalley in Argentina, Blogroll, Church History, Missionaries, Religion.
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Dear Faithful Prayer Partners,

…William Carey, the father of modern missions, was explaining to John Newton the situation regarding his entrance into India without a special permit. John Newton repleid, “Then conclude that your God has nothing there for you to accomplish. But if He has, no power on earth can hinder you!” William Carey went through such trials in his life: many took place prior to hsi even leaving England. This excerpt came weii-timed in our deputation efforts. This once again forced me to put my plans on the altar and submit my life to God’s sovereignty….


  • A new van!
  • A new evangelistic Bible study started!
  • We are currently at 50% of our required motnhly support.
  • Good health.

Prayer requests:

  • That the Lord would raise up the support we need in New England.
  • Safety while traveling
  • Our walk with the Lord to be abiding and growing.
  • The sale of our home.
  • Boldness to share Christ.

General information about the Diems and Resistencia, Argentina

There blog with contact information is included at the above link. You may also reach their blog through the blogroll at Carpe Diem.

Why not use the comment section to write a prayer to the Lord for the Diems and the people in Resistencia, Argentina in need of the gospel?

Ideas on Worship August 13, 2007

Posted by roberttalley in Blogroll, Religion, Song of Solomon, Worship.
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Jay Wright gives some great thoughts on the function of the “worship leader” in the church. He asks the question, “Are we too spiritual?”

Jay also has also posted an article by the late Robert Webber on worship that views Christ romantically. Hmm… 

I have added Jay to my blogroll for now. His blog is new but is worth I look, I think.

Jay Wright’s August 11 post on Song of Solomon

My father has a new blog July 7, 2007

Posted by roberttalley in Blogroll, Family, Witnessing.
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Growing-Old is the name of my father’s new blog. His latest post is a recent witnessing experience of his. You can find the link for Growing-Old on the blogroll or you can click this http://journals.aol.com/talleyarthur/Growing-Old/