Jeff Bush

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Court cases, marches, protests, books, movies, and much more reveal how racist the world and society in which we live can really be. But sadly there is another kind of racism that exists, one we do not hear much about: missionary racism. This article is not intended to slam anyone and definitely not to make...
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Show and tell your people what all ministerial positions look like — be specific about what an usher, musicians, teacher, etc., should do and how they should act. Put a tract rack/stand on the street in front of the church where people can pick up information for free. Place church signs everywhere possible — on building, upright...
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Furlough is an important time in a missionary’s life. It can be viewed as an annoying hiccup in ministry and therefore ignored, but furlough can be a great thing for the missionary, their family, and their ministry. Allow me to give a few of the “preparations” needed to make furlough a good time instead of a...
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Over and over again God shows His power to us! We are excited to report several great things that God has done: First, Pastor Gardner came home from the hospital on Friday, June 19th! After a four-week battle with COVID-19 and double pneumonia, he made a miraculous recovery. The Gardner family was able to enjoy...
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What a blessing it has been to watch God provide $511,314 for the Center for World Evangelism land payment that is due on July 31st! This week, we have had donations of: $1000 from a local businessman!$1000 from a missionary friend!$753 from five different individuals!$2500 from Lighthouse Baptist Church in Jackson, Georgia! Thank you for...
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What an amazing month! Since our last letter, the Lord has provided $121,060 more toward the purchase of the land for the Center for World Evangelism. $105,000 of that was given through a special Share-a-thon at the start of May. We now have $506,061 of the $640,000 we need to raise by July 31st. Thank you so...
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It seems to be a normal and popular idea in our day to have a “fall-back plan” before going into ministry. Some of the top fall-back plans are learning medicine, carpentry or other skills. The idea seems pretty legit – learn something so you can use it in case full-time ministry does not work out....
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