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One Way – Only One Way to God

by Bryant Evans on August 3, 2010

Sometimes people say, “There are many paths to God.” Sometimes people worship without regard to Jesus the Son of God. Jews honor Jehovah God and Muslims honor Allah through the teachings of Mohammad. Some pay homage to Buddha, some practice Hindu while others look to Shinto for their faith. Still more practice a form of […]

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Is There A Middle Ground Between Heaven and Hell?

by Bryant Evans on July 4, 2010

This is a question  that pops up in some form from time to time. The questioner wants to know what will happen to people who have  never  heard of God, Jesus Christ, the Bible and salvation. I am going to try and offer a reasonable answer to the question. Let me say in the opening […]

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Guyana Report, May 2010

by Bryant Evans on June 4, 2010

It was another great trip to Lethem Guyana and the Guyana Christian University. I was allowed to spend almost two weeks with 10 students. We studied Biblical Interpretation for 6 hours a day. I know I was exhausted and suspect they were too. However this is a vital and often neglected topic which will help […]

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Women sew for Guyana children

by Bryant Evans on February 4, 2010

Here’s a great story I think you will enjoy reading about the work in Guyana. It’s from Follow Preacher's Study Blog on Twitter @Preachers_Study. On Facebook, please like us at Preacher's Study Blog. Contact Bryant directly by email at [email protected]

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Amerindian Missions in Guyana

by Bryant Evans on September 19, 2009

We are pleased to add to our blogroll. Jerry Davidson of the Summerdale church of Christ is the primary missionary and coordinator of mission efforts among the Amerindian people of Guyana. Their website is maintained by Chuck Smothers, a member at Eastern Shore. Amerindian Missions and Guyana Christian University work in total union with […]

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