A Servant on a Mission

A Servant on a Mission

by Charles Nicol

Several years ago, I was privileged and honoured to be part of two UK-based short missionary trips to Enugu, Nigeria. I can testify that the Holy Ghost moved so much, during the two visits, which lasted 3 weeks apiece and so many were delivered, healed and blessed, however, the impact, on my own spiritual life and walk, was also immense and definitely set my feet upon a solid rock, which has sustained me, ever since. I trust that experiences and observations, shared here, will help encourage others, who are taking their first steps into God’s mission field. Continue reading “A Servant on a Mission”

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Bring Your Own Guts – B.Y.O.G.

Bring Your Own Guts – B.Y.O.G.

Recently, college football coach Dabo Swinney told his Clemson team to “Bring Your Own Guts.” It quickly became a trend on the team and across college football to pull out the saying whenever it applied; it simply became known as B.Y.O.G. You can watch the moment Coach Dabo Swinney shared this saying in a post-game interview(Clemson is the 2017 College Football National Champions)

Today I want to talk about B.Y.O.G. when it applies to missions. Of course, I am talking about the informal definition of guts, “courage and fortitude; nerve; determination; stamina: Climbing that cliff takes a lot of guts.” Continue reading “Bring Your Own Guts – B.Y.O.G.”