Curt Luthye, Work and Witness coordinator on the Caribbean Region, shares highlights of his work, and that of other volunteers.
Q: How can we not worry with all that is going on in the world?
Q. It seems that various sports and sport practices are taking over family schedules on Sundays. How do churches help families and youth stay connected and set priorities?
In each issue, a forum of pastors, laity, theologians, and church leaders respond to your questions on subjects such as doctrine, theology, Christian living, and the church.
Q: I've read that John Wesley said that he was a "hair's breadth" from Calvinism. What did Wesley mean by, and what was the context of, that statement?
Q: Sometimes I've heard preachers talking about God waiting for a certain amount of prayer before He'll meet a need, such as church growth or bringing a lost child to salvation.
After a promising start as a ministerial student at Caribbean Nazarene Bible College, Oliver R. Phillips (ORP) lost his way and found himself living on the streets of Washington, D.C.
Where were you born and raised?
I was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and moved to Hialeah, Florida (northwest Miami), as a teenager.
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