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ministry and mission during a pandemic

Ministry and mission work is a team effort -- Jan and I have shared ministry and mission work for over 50 years! Many people have encouraged us, supported us, loved us, and prayed for us. In addition to the customary "Brother Bob" or "Hermano Bob," I am also known as dad and papaw in my family. One of my favorite breakfasts is huevos fritos, frijoles, and tortillas, with a good hot sauce and a cup of rich Colombian coffee! The greatest joy of my life is being part of the kingdom; my #1 priority is to advance "kingdom things" and to help develop authentic "kingdom people." I seek to share the good news about Jesus everywhere I go, helping people find Jesus and helping people mature as disciples of Jesus. One of the greatest blessings of my life is to be loved by countless people around the world!


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2011 Daily Devotionals and Bible Readings

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This one-year devotional schedule begins in March 2011 and concludes in February 2012. Devotionals are provided for five days each week, Monday through Friday. Each devotional is based on a chapter of the New Testament. A person may read either the devotional Scriptural text (included with the devotional) or the entire chapter in one's personal Bible. Those who read the entire chapter will read through the New Testament in one year (5 devotionals/readings per week x 52 weeks). Weekends may be used for catching up or for other reading and study projects such as Bible class preparations or readings in the Psalms or Proverbs.
The suggested order of readings allows the reader to alternate between different sections of Scripture and different types of literature (gospels, history, letters, prophecy) rather than consecutively reading the gospels and historical material or the Pauline letters. (Book links for consecutive reading are provided for those who prefer that approach.)

| March | April | May | June | July | August | September | October | November | December | January | February |

Matthew | Mark | Luke | John | Acts | Romans | 1 Corinthians | 2 Corinthians |
Galatians | Ephesians | Philippians | Colossians | 1 Thessalonians | 2 Thessalonians | 1 Timothy | 2 Timothy | Titus | Philemon |
Hebrews | James | 1 Peter | 2 Peter | 1 John | 2 John | 3 John | Jude | Revelation |

March 2011: Gospel of John, Letters of John

April 2011: Letters of John, Jude, Pastoral Epistles

May 2011: Hebrews, Prison Epistles

June 2011: Prison Epistles (concluded), Luke

July 2011: Luke-Acts

August 2011: Acts, Letters of Peter

September 2011: Romans, Galatians

October 2011: Thessalonians, Mark

November 2011: Revelation

December 2011: Matthew

Note: The 2012 Devotional Schedule will begin with the Gospel of Matthew and follow the same book order as the previous schedule. This will allow a person to use the 2012 schedule to complete both the March 2011 to February 2012 readings, and also the 2012 readings if desired. (There will be an overlap for the first 21 chapters of Matthew). Some of the devotionals are being edited for 2012 but many will remain the same. A new set of devotionals is anticipated for 2013.

January 2012: Matthew (concluded), 1 Corinthians

February 2012: 2 Corinthians, James

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