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It is amazing the lessons we can learn cross-culturally by studying scripture with cross-cultural eyes.  Today let’s look at the story of Ruth especially focusing on Ruth 2:15-16. Full Story »

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Today, let’s look at the story of Daniel as we continue looking at some familiar scriptures that have cross-cultural implications. The book of Daniel begins with King Nebuchadnezzar capturing Israelites and relocating them to Babylon. The king orders the young, healthy, strong men to be placed in his palace and trained to eventually serve his court. Daniel and other young men from Judah were placed in the care of a guard, who had received specific instructions on their diet and training. Full Story »

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I have been thinking lately about all the information I have heard in recent years concerning our immigration situation. If you are like me, it is hard to know who is telling the truth and who is disseminating information that has not been verified. Before trying to sort out those facts, I thought I would look into some of my favorite Bible passages and see if I could learn anything about working with people of other cultures. In the next few postings we will look at what we can learn from these biblical accounts. Today, let’s start with Joseph. Full Story »

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This is my first dip into the BLOG pool and I am not sure where to begin, so I guess I will start with why I am doing this.  It is really simple. There is a lot of information available to us about other cultures and people groups. Often times, the media or politicians use information or misinformation for an agenda, and the voices sharing a Biblical perspective get lost. Full Story »