BlogThe latest updates from Jill, Dennis, & the Team
We arrived in Draguignan, in the south of France, on Thursday evening, after a beautiful day-long drive through the French countryside, navigating unfamiliar territory well (except for some VERY confusing road changes in St. Etienne about halfway through the drive)...read more
After a smooth but sleepless flight to Paris, a warm reception in Tours by our host Dianne Parcher, two days to acclimate to the time change and enjoy this beautiful city, and enduring the hassle of a broken suitcase, we had our first ministry event Saturday at the...read more
The day has arrived! We've completed the preparations God asked us to do, and we now await His on-the-ground direction for carrying out our mission. We leave from Los Angeles International Airport this evening and arrive in Paris Wednesday afternoon local time....read more
As you can see I have selected a lemon blossom and lemons after our recent rain. I have been pondering getting squeezed by life, and here are my morning reflections.
When life begins with a lemon it is a beautiful blossom, and for a long while, it is unnoticeable…read more
Men and women of understanding and honor do many things that lead to life.
The stairway in the garden takes you to a vantage point of overlooking the entire garden. So it is with counselors of God…read more
As we look at the issue of our identity in Christ and explore what it means to come into maturity, let's begin with the posture of coming to Him as He admonished all of us to come: as little children. In this teaching, we explore the three stages of maturity: being a...read more
God’s nature is to heal. Healing is part of His DNA. We are in Christ and Christ is in us, therefore it is in our DNA to heal as well.
There is a theological move called Dispensationalism or Cessationism. Adherents of this system believe that the gifts of the Holy Spirit, including miraculous healing, ceased at the end of the apostolic age…read more