Is Lesser Evil a Greater Good?

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October 2016 U.S. Elections: Guidance, Comfort, Wisdom by Ramesh Richard It used to be easier to vote for presidents. Or to choose to vote at all. Believers would look for candidates most aligned with our (hopefully) biblically informed views and vote in good conscience. Yes, we experienced internal conflict about colliding priorities, but we could [...]

Four Global Realities and One Global Ministry Strategy

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October 2015 by Ramesh Richard Pastoral health affects church health; church health affects societal health. This statement can be upheld as biblically true and theologically valid. Can it also be strategically critical for global ministry today? In this article, I consider the strategic priority of the training of pastors for intentional global ministry and missions [...]

Revisioning Global Missions

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June 1994 by Ramesh Richard (Adapted from an interview with the Dallas/Ft. Worth Heritage newspaper. We interact with Ramesh Richard concerning changing trends in global missions.) Q: You watch the world by way of an extensive international itinerant ministry. What are trends that impact our faith globally?             Let’s describe a trend first. Sir Alex [...]