Tag Archive 'missionary'

Apr 07 2012

Ingo Breuer

Hunting in Germany

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Deep in the woods on a cloudy Saturday afternoon. My feet were sinking into a layer of undergrowth and old leaves with each step. How peaceful the sound of birds chirping. I love these walks. But I am not just walking here for recreation. I am on a special “hunting” mission. I pass by douglas […]

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Jan 15 2012

Ingo Breuer

A Christian Nation

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At a press conference in Turkey back in 2009 President Barak Obama denied America’s Christian heritage by saying in the face of the Turkish president that “We do not consider ourselves a christian nation” Is that so? Then why did the founding fathers make so many references to the Bible in their writings as if […]

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Feb 14 2010

Ingo Breuer

John M. Birch: An ambassador for Christ

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 May 28, 1918 – August 25, 1945 JOHN BIRCH was a Baptist missionary in a remote province of China during World War II when, through a series of extraordinary coincidences, he helped Colonel James Doolittle and several of his downed fliers to safety. He was subsequently inducted into the U.S. Army as an intelligence officer […]

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