Category Archives: Jim O’Connor

2016 India Mission Report

March 7, 2016 I wanted to take a few moments and give a report of my mission work in India, from January 19 – February 5, 2016. A Brief History of the Work in India Jim O’Connor’s work in India … Continue reading

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Behold the Place Where They Laid Him

“Be not affrighted: Ye seek Jesus of Nazareth, which was crucified: he is risen; he is not here: behold the place where they laid him.” (Mark 16:6) These words of the angel to the women were an invitation to witness … Continue reading

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Our Voice and Our Vote

When men and women of moral principles speak out on issues today the whine of the opposition is “You’re violating separation of church and state”. Such intimidation is often strong enough to cause Christians to retreat and “leave politics to … Continue reading

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Dealing With Words That Hurt

“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me”. These words have been used many times by those being abused by name-callers and accusers as a defense against the hurt which accompanies such. The sad thing … Continue reading

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This Church is Liberal!

In a report concerning the church in Mt. Sterling, Kentucky in 1846, J.T. Johnson said, “This church is Liberal’“. In today’s “religious” vernacular that would not be a compliment. However, he meant it in a less common usage, meaning that … Continue reading

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Welcome Home!

There is a wonderful feeling experienced by one who returns home, knowing that he was missed and is welcome back. Whether it·be a large banner, a yellow ribbon ’round the old Oak tree, or just a warm smile, the message … Continue reading

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