Please say hello!

Please say hello by writing a little about yourself and the area where you live, especially if you live outside the United States. Please also let me know how myself and others who visit this blog can pray for you. Thanks so much for the blessing of your visit!
Lord bless!
Jim Richardson

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7 Responses

  1. Welcome Mataram, Nusa Tenggara Barat, Indonesia!

    Blessings!

  2. Welcome my brother from Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa. Wow!!!

    Thanks for stopping by!

  3. Hi Jim,
    I am a Christian from Indonesia. I am from the West Timor which is predominantly Christian and Catholic. I now live in a province which is predominantly Muslims.

    I discover your blog through a Google Alerts on Gordon H. Clark.

    Blessings

    Maddi

  4. Maddi,

    Hello and bless you for writing! I never even knew Timor existed! Let me ask this: Even though Idonesian is the official national language on your island, do you find many English speaking folk there?

    I will be praying for you and your family. Please write again!

    Jim Richardson

    Maddi, if you like Gordon H. Clark, you can find more of his sermons here:
    http://www.sermonaudio.com/search.asp?sourceOnly=true&currSection=sermonssource&keyword=trinityfoundation&keyworddesc=The+Trinity+Foundation&subsetcat=speaker&subsetitem=Gordon+H%2E+Clark

  5. Hi Jim,
    Thanks for your prayers and for the link. I have just bought Clark’s “God’s Hammer” and translated page 67 to 71 into Indonesian and posted it on my Facebook.

    I was in Canada for three months in 1997 for a youth exchange program between Indonesia and Canada I discovered that most people I met there only now Bali.The famous part of Indonesia then was only Bali and it still is.

    Currently many people speak English, but you know speaking and speaking correctly are two different things. They may communicate simple things with you, but complex issues is difficult to communicate. I have been working for a bilateral agency for almost 7 years and I have difficulties communication in English with them.

    In Timor particularly, the number of people who can speak English is rather smaller that in the other parts. But in Timor I know two ministers (brothers) from Timor marrying Canadians. They are from reformed Churces.

    In Christ Jesus,

    Maddi

  6. Maddi,

    Bless your heart, you communicate very well indeed and your message is very encouraging! The church which I attend (http://www.westwoodlife.org/) sponsers the ministry of a gentleman in Kenya by the name of Joseph Wambugu. Recently he’s been involved with planting 15 churches in Kenya , building 2 churches in Uganda, supporting churches in Tanzania, Sudan, Burundi and Ethiopia. Once a year he is able to travel to our church with updates and pictures of his ministry.

    Talk with you soon!

    Blessings,

    Jim Richardson

  7. Good day to you,

    my wife & I are missionaries in Indonesia, we teach sustainable development, we are both from a farming background using our talents to help people become self sufficient, we supply clothes, bibles, seed & food to poor villages on the Island of Timor.Our website: http://www.helptochildrenofindonesia.com is to make more people aware of the poverty in Indonesia, Timor NTT

    If there is any way you can help support us no matter how small we’ve learnt to live with the bare minimum, I have many pics & info available.

    Hoping & praying that God will touch your heart to help us.

    Thank you & God Bless you

    Chris Niemandt & family

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