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  • God formed man out of the dirt of the ground, and He created woman from the flesh of man’s side. We might not appreciate how personal that is. God merely speaks and worlds flash into being.

  • Everything in life is “Father-filtered”. Chuck used to say that all the time. Sometimes I remember the words of Jesus in the book of John chapters 14–17 about his love for us or Matthew 6:25 about how not to worry but often, I have to confess, I don’t.

  • In an attempted to warn the nation, the Democrat Congressman from Florida, Albert S. Herlong, Jr., read into the U.S Congressional Record, January 10, 1963, the list of Communist goals for America (Vol 109, 88th Congress, 1st Session, Appendix, pp. A34–A35).

  • This is one of those all-important questions. It’s one that should keep us all awake until we know the answer. Is there life after death? Should we declare, “Eat, drink and be merry, for tomorrow we die,” or do our actions in this life have repercussions in our eternities?

  • Chuck was someone who really appreciated the details — however small — that point to how amazing our Creator and Redeemer is. Besides his love for the Word, Chuck never took himself too seriously.

  • Chuck Missler has been one of the strong threads in the fabric of my spiritual wardrobe. Having been clothed in the righteousness of Christ and learning to “put on the new man” (Ephesians 4:24), I grew in my love and respect for Scripture by the example and teaching of Chuck Missler.

  • I was sitting in my office when I received the news that Chuck had passed away. Although the news was not unexpected, a sadness settled on my heart.

  • Chuck once penned these words in a Personal Update article entitled “A Friendly Whisper: The Most Painful Sin”.

  • Twenty-two years ago I was asked to come from California to Idaho in order to teach and lead worship at Koinonia House. Chuck was away leading a tour to Israel, and I would be the guest speaker.

  • The day before I got word that Chuck Missler had passed away I started a commentary by Chuck on the book of Ecclesiastes.

  • My dad was a truly amazing man. He never strived for “normal” but rather he would leave no stone unturned when it came to pursuing adventures in life. He would often tell me about the time when he asked my mother to marry him.

  • Over the past few years of working with Chuck Missler, people have asked me, “What will happen to Koinonia House when he is gone?” With Chuck’s official retirement announced more than two years ago...

  • In the March Personal Update Newsletter, we featured a story from a former agnostic young man named Adam. It really touched hearts and the response has been fantastic.

  • It is amazing to watch the world-wide media moguls and how they will generally spin every crisis in the Middle East so that it appears that the trail of culpability always leads back to the policies and practices of the current State of Israel.

  • Hello friends, Bob Cornuke and I traveled from Colorado to New Zealand in February to spend time working on K-house projects with Ron Matsen and the Koinonia House New Zealand team.

  • Passover is perhaps the most universally familiar of the seven feasts of Moses, as many have seen the famous Cecil B. DeMille film, The Ten Commandments, which depicts the death of the firstborn, subsequently commemorated as Passover.

  • One night during the 2017 Strategic Trend Conference I went out to dinner with a guy who was also around 40 years old and fueled by a passion for the Lord. He was full of Biblical insights and passion for life.

  • Daniel 9 is probably one of the most pivotal chapters in the entire Bible for understanding end-time prophecy. That may seem like an exaggeration, but after seeing what’s packed into this chapter it will be easier to understand why that perspective is held by so many.

  • Prior to the Civil War, America was divided into 5 categories: Radical Northern Republicans, Moderate Republicans, Practical Neutral Voters, Moderate Southern Democrats, Extreme Southern Democrats.

  • Passport in hand, I am ready to travel again. This month I will be making my first trip to the Koinonia House New Zealand ministry base for a few weeks of prayer, strategic planning and fellowship.