Overcome Devastating Personal Loss and Tragedy

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Dr. Brown speaks with FIRE missionaries in the Philippines, one of whom lost his two-year old son to sickness and another of whom experienced the murder of her brother at the hands of his wife. You’ll be stirred to faith and courage by their testimonies. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.

 

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Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: With every calling there will be tests, there will be obstacles. The battle will be won by those who persevere to the end.

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4 Comments
  1. Hello to your Fire School Missionaries! Very uplifting to hear of their level of commitment. My prayers are with them that they all bear good fruit! Stay safe!

  2. I plan on listening to this show to hear the testimony of the family who lost a child on the mission field.

    When I was a missionary, I put my child at great risk. Not just once — but many times.

    Praise the Lord, nothing happened but I gave it great thought.

    Journalists and soldiers risk their lives for their jobs. That’s pretty amazing, in itself.

    But, it’s another thing to take your child in your arms and expose them to kidnapping, gunfire and suicide bombers.

    Yet, I did exactly it.

    And we had so many close calls, I lost count of them all.

    A number of Christians called me a hero of faith. A few people, both Christian and non-, chastised me as an irresponsible fool. I felt like both!

  3. Sheila,

    I served with an Evangelical mission agency in one of the “stans” and in the Middle East.

    Thanks for asking!

    Because of my disagreement on the gay issue, here, I can get no traction on any other issue.

    Believe-it-or-not — I am a evangelical Christian.

    Dr. Brown thinks I’m here to personally attack him but, when he gets off the gay issue, I mostly agree with him.

    Like this issue of grieving missionaries — I didn’t hear the whole show but I doubt I have a single disagreement with Dr. Brown on that point.

    So, I thought I would respond in an open and meaningful way and nobody engages me on it.

    Well, at least you asked a question.

    Surely, you have some thoughts on either grieving or sacrifice for Christian service.

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