Missionary dating were just friends
We gazed at each other as we said, "I do." I smile as I think of one of the most wonderful blessings that God has given me: the blessing of marriage.
Just recently, as I thought of the blessing my husband, Bro.
Nik Ripken is a leading expert on the persecuted church, having researched extensively in more than seventy countries.
A veteran missionary of thirty years (primarily in North Africa and the Middle East), Nik is also the author of Nik Ripken is a leading expert on the persecuted church, having researched extensively in more than seventy countries.
So you’re getting this from as close to the “horse’s mouth” as you can get.
Before I start, let me first tell you that the advice you’re gonna get on this page is from an actual Jewish guy who has dated numerous Jewish girls (not too many but enough to have something to say ;-D).
At the same time, I have to admit that I have not dated Israeli girls, I have only dated Jewish girls living in the Diaspora (i.e. I DO have a bunch of Israeli friends though (both guys and girls), and so I have a very good idea of what they are like.
After experiencing the devastation of Somalia, broken over the martyrdom of over 90% of Somali believers, our learning curve was acute.
They are neither original nor are the Pure Word of GOD Almighty.
I hope you see the real danger in making these assumptions when you are willing to DIE for the fact that such Gospel is the actual True Word of GOD Almighty!
John, has been to me, the Lord took me back to a Friday night in 1991...
That was the night I became faithful to my husband-to-be, not having met him yet.
Believers in persecution were generous with their wisdom; they instinctively understood that investing in us gave deeper meaning to their own suffering. It was in the world of Islam where most of the believers we knew and loved were killed.