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About lbphillips

Followers of Jesus, serving in obedience to the Great Commission to go to all the world, to make disciples, to invite others into the Kingdom, and to teach obedience to God's Word.

An Unexpected Journey

God is opening a new door for us! We’ll be serving at an international Christian school in Eastern Europe! Continue reading

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Praying for Clear Vision

When’s the last time you had your eyes checked? Personally, I’ve tried to be diligent about a yearly eye exam, even though that’s meant I’ve had to reluctantly accept the inevitable. First it was reading glasses. Now it’s glasses fulltime. … Continue reading

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Late October 2016 found us traveling to McAllen, Texas where World Gospel Mission has been in ministry since the 1940’s.  Len shared a devotional with teachers and staff at Taylor Christian School and Betsy led chapels with this year’s students. … Continue reading

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Miles and Ministry in Mexico

Mexico! It’s a relatively short flight from Atlanta to Monterrey, but we still put in our share of miles (or rather, kilometers) traveled during our eight-day trip. Mark and Serena Dunbar picked us up at the airport and drove us … Continue reading

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Life in the Kingdom. It’s Elementary.

Not long ago, I traveled back to Bolivia. This was the third year in a row I was asked to lead the Elementary Spiritual Emphasis Week at the Santa Cruz Christian Learning Center. Apparently they aren’t tired of me yet! … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Rainforest

As part of The Mission Society’s recent Americas Regional Gathering in San Jose, we visited a Costa Rica rainforest, riding through the lush greenery in gondolas that could seat up to seven people. I eyed my gondola a bit warily … Continue reading

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My Aunt Lurline loves to tell stories. It’s absolutely amazing the details she can remember about people and events from fifty, sixty, or seventy years ago. But, bless her heart, she cannot tell a story in a straight line to … Continue reading

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