Category Archive for: ‘Kayayan, Eric’


 Text: “What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun.  Is there anything of which one can say, “Look!  This is something new”?  It was here already, long ago; it was here before our time.” THEME:  By reminding us of our true condition, Ecclesiastes teaches us to turn our eyes towards God …

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Reformed Faith And Life: Plan to relocate in France

Dear ministry partners, Since my last newsletter real progress has been made in terms of the relocation plan to France, which is still due to take place some time around August of this year. As you will easily understand, such a move is no small matter and the numbers of practical issues to deal with is actually just overwhelming. We …

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The Challenge of Evangelizing Mali

A Christian FM Broadcast in Timbuktu! As I write these lines (end of January 2013), the news has just reached me that the legendary town of Timbuktu, in northern Mali, has been freed by French troops after ten months of violent occupation by Jihadist groups (in particular AQIM, Al Qaeda in Islamic Maghreb). No doubt, the news of the liberation …

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Reformed Faith and Life—French

Dear friends, Mali A year ago I visited the country of Mali (in West Africa) for the first time. In the newsletter that followed, I wrote about this visit and the strong impression it had made on me. During the year, I reported to you about the developments taking place there, not only with regard to the takeover of the …

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Reformed Faith and Life – Teaching the Gospel to children

At the very end of the book of Acts, Paul, speaking to the Jews in Rome, tells them: “Therefore let it be known to you that this salvation of God has been sent to the Gentiles, they will listen.” A few days ago I completed the last program of my series entitled “The Bible recounted to children” (nearly 200 programs …

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