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John Croft  – @GPnow

John Croft grew up as a Missionary Kid.  He holds a Bachelor in Religious Education from God’s Bible School and College and a Masters in Christian Education from Indiana Wesleyan University. John is also an ordained minister in the Wesleyan Church. He has served as pastor and 1994 John with his wife Shanda and their three children followed the Lord’s leading to pioneer the work of Global Partners and the Wesleyan Church in the Czech Republic.  He served as the Field Director and for ten seasons John also served as the head football coach for the Brno Alligators (a semi-pro football team).  In 2006, John returned to the states to serve as the Director of Missionary Funding with Global Partners. John has accepted the position of Director of the Jesus Film Partnership with Global Partners and will assume this role January 1, 2013.

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This is a very audacious goal – to help a country be the first to empty their orphanages, helping 3,000 children become part of permanent families, but we know with God all things are possible.”

Kay Warren, founder of Saddleback Church’s HIV&AIDS Initiative in a press release announcing Saddleback Church’s goal of reaching zero orphans throughout Rwanda by 2015.


The English Collective of Prostitutes thinks that if prostitution was decriminalized a fortune would be saved on imprisonments, prosecutions, investigations and surveillances.

Rens van der Windt arguing for Great Britain to legalize prostitution and illegal drug use.

SOURCE: Consider, Reconsider

After placing the GPS chip in his son’s backpack and attaching a smartphone to the quadcopter for video duties, Wallich was up and running.”

Ben Kersey reporting how Paul Wallich watches his son go to the bus stop in the morning by using a modified quadcopter.

SOURCE: The Verge

I suggest that sexual intensity (such as that experienced between the lead characters of the “Fifty Shades” trilogy) is simply not the same as intimacy. If it were, then prostitutes and porn stars would be the most emotionally and relationally fulfilled people on the planet. That doesn’t seem to be the case.

Does the entangling of arms and legs and the exchange of bodily fluids scratch the human itch for intimate connection? Or is sex just the closest thing we can imagine to what we’re really craving: a deeper spiritual and emotional connection, both with our Creator and with His creation?

Shannon Ethridge, in an opinion piece she wrote where she explains the strong sales of 50 Shades of Grey as a counterfeit to the real intimacy men and women are longing for.


Coming up

December 11, 2012 Dr. Timothy Tennent President of Asbury Seminary

December 18, 2012 Nina Roesner Author of The Respect Dare

February 12, 2013 Steve Corbett author of When Helping Hurts