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Return From Europe

Dear Friends,

France & Germany are such beautiful countries and
it was a great time giving seminars about ways to use
the internet effectively to communicate "The Great

Your Devoted Friend,

P.S. If you have any questions write me or leave a

Dear Friends,

Well we made it back safe & sound yesterday with all our luggage
and on time. Miracles never cease. Now all we have to do is get over
jet lag:O)

Germany is a beautiful land with a definite spiritual need. I learned
that Saudi Arabia & N.Korea have a higher % of evangelicals than
Germany or France.

While in France, Mrs. Howdy and I watched a bit of T.V. together
during their prime time. One show (featuring Cindy Sheehan) was
anti-American, another was anti-Israel, and a third was anti-evangelical
Christian. No wonder the people are the way they are!!! France & Germany
have a lower percentage of evangelical Christians than either Saudi Arabia
or North Korea!!!

I must point out that almost everyone we met in both countries
were very friendly to us.

There's much need for God in both great & beautiful countries...

Your Devoted Friend,

P.S. Pictures of our trip:
The music in the background is "Poor People of Paris" which
certainly refers to them spiritually...
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"Fallen Down But Finishing Strong"
Luke 5:4-6

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It's usually the most watched event of the Winter Olympics every four years: the women's figure skating competition. At the 2006 Games in Turin, Italy, a lot of America's hopes for a gold medal were riding on Sasha Cohen; especially after she managed a thin, first-place edge after the initial short program. Then came the decisive long skating program. Suddenly, all hopes of any medal seemed to disappear with a major fall early in her program. The TV commentators actually said, "Now it's going to a fight just be on the podium." With a major deficit in her score from her fall, Sasha Cohen could have easily lost heart. She didn't. She fought back with a strong and impressive showing in the rest of her performance. When the rest of the world's best had all skated, the young woman who had fallen - who seemed to have forfeited any hope of being a champion - stood on that podium with a coveted silver medal.

I'm Ron Hutchcraft and I want to have A Word With You today about "Fallen Down But Finishing Strong."

There's someone listening today who knows the disappointment, and maybe even the shame, of a serious fall. Do you give up, or do you fight back? I could tell you which one Jesus is voting for.

You could look at what happened with Jesus' disciple, Simon Peter, to see what Jesus wants to do after you've failed. In Luke 5, beginning with verses 4-6, we see what happened after Simon's all-out fishing efforts had ended in a discouraging and total failure. Then Jesus came aboard and said, "'Put out into deep water, and let down the nets for a catch.' Simon answered, 'Master, we've worked hard all night and haven't caught anything.'" Translation: "Hey, I gave it my best shot. I failed. What's the use of trying again, Lord?" Maybe you know that feeling.

But the story doesn't end there. Simon said to Jesus, "But because You say so, I will let down the nets."Translation: "I feel like giving up, but I'm going to get back in the game for only one reason. Jesus wants me to." This time there's one big difference. Jesus is in command. The result? "They caught such a large number of fish that their nets began to break." Simon's greatest catch came right on the heels of one his greatest fishing failures, because this time he's not in command. Jesus is. Later, when this same man has shamefully failed his Savior by going AWOL when Jesus needed Him the most, he rebounds to great spiritual leadership - including the day he helped 3,000 people come to Jesus. Because Peter at the wheel ended up in his greatest crash, so in his shame, he gave Jesus the wheel, and Simon Peter finished a champion.

In the American League Championship Baseball Series in 2004, Boston pitcher Curt Schilling lost the first game to the New York Yankees. Then came the decisive fourth game of the seven game series. He came back with an overpowering performance that sparked the Boston run to actually capturing the World Series. Just before that fourth game, he had surrendered in a new way to the Savior he belonged to. He told the press, "In Game 1, you saw what Curt Schilling could do. In Game 4, you saw what God could do."

You've seen what you could do and it didn't have a happy ending. Now it's time to see what God can do. Jesus promises that "your sins and iniquities I will remember no more." (Hebrews 8:12) He's told us, "If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness." (1 John 1:9) Sounds like a fresh start, doesn't it - another chance? Simon failed, Moses failed, and yet God still had something very important for them to do for Him once they repented and surrendered their brokenness to Him. He wants to do that for you.

With Jesus, failure never has to be final. If you will, in the strength of Christ, fight back from your fall, you can still stand on heaven's podium and hear your Savior's cherished words, "Well done, My good and faithful servant."

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What Students
Need To Know

Is it possible to be an educated person without knowing about the Bible?
That’s the question that was posed to thirty-nine English professors at some
of our leading universities. Their answers should not come as a surprise,
although given our culture’s “Christophobia” and the politically correct
attitudes on campuses, they probably do.

The relationship between biblical literacy and education was the subject of
a survey conducted by the Bible Literacy Project. The study, whose subtitle
is “What University Professors Say Incoming Students Need to Know,” found
that every professor surveyed agreed with the following statement:
“Regardless of a person’s faith, an educated person needs to know about the
Bible.” Every professor!

By way of elaboration, Professor George P. Landow, from my alma mater,
the very liberal Brown University, said, “[Without the Bible] it’s like using a
dictionary with one-third of the words removed.” Professor Ulrich
Knoepflmacher at Princeton said that the lack of “Bible knowledge is almost
crippling in students’ ability to be sophisticated readers.”

Case in point: A preparation workbook for the Advanced Placement Literature
exam lists sixty-seven biblical allusions among the 105 allusions that it
recommends students know. Yet, only 8 percent of public high schools teach
about the Bible even as literature.

Then there’s the Bible’s central role in Western civilization. As David
Kastan of Columbia said, “The Bible is the foundational text, certainly of
the West . . . We need to know more, and we need to know it better.”

Given the Bible’s status, it shouldn’t be “too much to ask,” as Gordon
Braden of the University of Virginia put it, for students to read what he
called a “core Bible.” This would include “Genesis, Exodus, the Psalms, the
four Gospels, and the Book of Revelation.” In Braden’s words, “If they have
that, then we can get started.”

If leading academics agree on the importance of the Bible, regardless of one’s
faith or lack thereof, why isn’t it being taught more? Why are we raising
the first generation to have lost the biblical narrative that was second
nature to prior generations in America?

The answer certainly is not for lack of a suitable curriculum. The Bible
Literacy Project recently released a textbook called The Bible and Its
Influence. The textbook has been well received, not only by evangelical
leaders, but by Catholic, Orthodox, and Jewish leaders as well.

The text enables students to learn about the role of the Bible in an
accurate, scholarly, and constitutional way. It helps teachers and
administrators feel more confident about their ability to do justice
to our “foundational text.”

The problem lies in getting past the “Christophobia” I mentioned earlier.
Whether the problem lies in overt hostility or a misunderstanding of what
the law actually says, many schools are reluctant to teach the Bible.

That’s where you come in. There is overwhelming evidence of the need for
biblical literacy in public education. You need to bring this evidence to
the attention of those running your local school boards. You need to help
them understand that the goal is not spreading a particular religion but
preventing the spread of something far worse: a crippling kind of ignorance.

BREAKPOINT with Charles Colson & Mark Earley
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A Court Reversed
Jill Carattini

Over a period of several weeks of precious elementary school recesses, my
circle of fellow fourth-grade friends set aside dodge-ball matches and
swing-sets in order to go to court. There had been a rather serious
disagreement between two of the girls in our group and sides were being
drawn as quickly as notes could be passed between desks. Before things
got any worse, the humanitarian among us reasoned that we had to
intervene. It was decided that we would create a makeshift courtroom to
get to the bottom of the mess. One of my friends was appointed judge;
others were chosen to be witnesses or note-takers, prosecutor, defendant,
or bailiff. I don't think we thought any of it was half as silly as it
sounds now. In our minds we were doing what adults did to get at the
truth. But in the end, it became one of those defining moments where one
wakes from the innocence of childhood to find the world not as simple as
first thought and the human heart capable of horrific things. The
experience is strangely reminiscent of William Golding's stranded children
in The Lord of the Flies.

In our courtroom I was called to be a witness. I was to tell the judge
what I saw and what I knew to be true. I did so, and it felt like we were
getting somewhere. But then another witness was called who insisted that
she saw something completely different, and that I, in fact, was lying. I
was heartbroken and confused. Sides were drawn, cases sharpened. As the
days went by we became increasingly frustrated and vindictive. What we
thought would be a simple solution that would lead us to truth and
resolution became a hurtful, tangled mess of motive and slander--so much
so, that a teacher intervened and our courtroom was forever adjourned.
Among other things, I decided I could not go into law.

I was reminded of this childish scene recently while reading Mark's
account of the trial of Christ before the council of religious leaders.
Seized from the Garden of Gethsemane, Jesus was taken to the courtyard.
Peter followed from a distance and watched among the guards as the trial
unraveled. Mark imparts, "The chief priests and the whole Sanhedrin were
looking for evidence against Jesus so that they could put him to death,
but they did not find any. Many testified falsely against him, but their
statements did not agree. Then some stood up and gave this false
testimony against him: We heard him say, 'I will destroy this man-made
temple and in three days will build another, not made by man.' Yet even
then their testimony did not agree" (14:55-59).

What kind of a courtroom would this make? The expert witnesses from the
same side are contradicting each other. The only thing they seem to agree
on is that Jesus should be on trial. And yet, like a prosecuting attorney
with an airtight case, the high priest exclaims: "Answer these charges!"
In the middle of the chaos of conflicting words and motives, the high
priest stood up and faced Jesus: "Have you no answer to make? What is it
that these men testify against you?" (v. 60). I have often found myself
wishing Jesus would have replied, "If you don't even know, why should I
have to make sense of all of that?" But Jesus remained silent and made no

In the midst of such a courtroom, it seems appropriate to pause in that
silence. For though we put him to death more than two thousand years ago,
he has been on trial ever since. Like the court scene I was a part of as a
child, we have placed him before our makeshift gavels and made a mockery of
truth. I remember moments when armed with fiery questions I have forced
God to take the stand. No doubt my words made as little sense as Jesus's
accusers that day.

From the waving of palm branches to the waving of fists demanding
crucifixion, the culminating events of Jesus's life on earth bid us to see
again that it is we who live our lives before the courts. Like Peter, we
follow these events at a distance, looking in on a great trial, sometimes
participating, sometimes denying him, sometimes seeing our role, and with
a shock of recognition while the rooster is still crowing, falling on our
knees in a court reversed: the Judge before us, our advocate entering our
plea. Might it be in this position that we receive the final verdict.

Jill Carattini is senior associate writer for Ravi Zacharias
International Ministries in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Dear Howdy, Women and cats will do as they please,
and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea.
Robert A.



In reading the article on Icons of Evolution here
is what I came up with:

from my readings in phil.of biology, evolutionists
who disagree with the "evolutionary gradualism"
are proposing a different objection entirely from
those religious thinkers who object to it. "There
are heterodox evolutinary theorists who challenge
the standard gradualist view. Creationists try to
adapt these challenges to the interests of their
own cause." Philip Kitcher, Abusing Science.

I'm of the opinion that they are right. Articles on
this issue that you have cited all force me to go
back to my ucsd course in Philosophy of Biology.
This is good, you are a "gadfly." For the past 6
months it has been hard for me to focus (since
my mother's passing). I've been suppressing a
lot of sadness and hurt perpetrated upon me by
my sister. I am doing a lot of work on my feeling
side, so consequently my intellectual side is
lacking in energy.

Howdy, your many websites containing the emails
and links are awesome. What kind of dog am I,
since I am now a pavlovian specimen, conditioned
and all...Am I one of the ones in the photos?
Please forgive my weird mood. Howdy I love you. :-)



Dear L.P.,

The very One who created the heavens & the earth in
six days is also the very One loves you dearly & Who
can comfort YOU if you allow Him too!!!



Dear Howdy,

I enjoy reading your newsletter very much. However,
I was disappointed to read the little blurb praising
Martin Luther. Whatever one may think of the Catholic
Church, especially in Luther's time (there was indeed
a great amount of corruption from many high level
individuals including the pope), he is not a praiseworthy
person. As we all know, even those Christ left behind
to propogate His Church were weak men with failings.
So it is not proper to judge the worth of a church based
on some sinful members. But praise of individuals should
not be given to bad men such as Martin Luther.
Philip O (GMU)


In that critique of Martin Luther I am reminded of the lines from
Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar": "The evil that men do lives
after them; the good is oft interred with their bones."

It is so easy -- and an example of cowardly reasoning --
to attack a long deceased leader, ignore his accomplishments
and focus on whatever fault can be dredged up as having
been committed by him.

I was graduated (BA, Psychology) from a Lutheran College.
I only occasionally attended a Lutheran church, but in my
studies of history and theology I naturally spent considerable
time studying the life and ministry of Luther . . . and, of course,
Calvin. I am a devout Calvinist, but not as devout a Lutheran --
yet I would be the first to concede that Luther is the father of
present day Protestantism. While I personally lean more
toward the reforms which Calvin promulgated, I cannot in
the slightest ignore the work which Luther did.

Granted, he was anti-semitic in his later years. But if you
want to get down to the plain and dirty -- consider the taped
comments by Billy Graham while he was agreeing with Richard
Nixon in his tirades against the Jews. Do those comments
destroy all the good results of Billy Graham's evangelistic
ministry? I think not.

So I would have to weigh all the good that Martin Luther
accomplished against his dislike of the Jews, and I think
the good far outweighs the bad.

But more importantly -- what is the point of it?

There is always this response to that sort of thing:
"I admit that I don't understand it . . . but one of the
first things I am going to do when I get to Heaven
is ask Luther about it."

Jerry (Board of Directors)


Howdy, I like all of the jokes that you send,
i never have gotten through a whole page
of them, cuz there are sooo many!! its ok
but they're funny, and they make me laugh
a lot! well, i live in California, in the USA,
obviously, and thats all! talk to you later!



Dear Howdy, As one from Texas, "Howdy" is used
quite often and not just by Aggies from Texas A & M.
And since we are on the subject, the UNC jokes are
the same down here in Texas, but we call them Aggie
Jokes. So, should I be offended too? I think not.
Keep up the good work.
See Ya'll Later.

Please note that our policy allows for us to receive
threats on alternate Tuesdays when the Moon is waning only...
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There's a lot of talk these days about Biblical prophecies being fulfilled
and about the signs that precede Christ's return. But when you're little,
all this talk about how things are going to end can have an interesting
effect. One friend of ours told me recently about how his little boy told
him, "Daddy, I sure hope Jesus comes real soon." His Dad asked him why,
and the little boy responded, "Well, I'm really looking forward to sitting on
Jesus' lap, and I'll be seven pretty soon. And if Jesus doesn't come soon, I
might be too old to sit on His lap!" Dad was glad to be able to give his son
the good news - "Son, you are never too old for Jesus' lap."

Now, for someone who's listening today, that's a reminder of a fact
that could be crucial for your emotional survival right now.

Maybe you've been wounded in a relationship lately, you've
experienced a very painful loss. Maybe a security blanket you've depended on
has been taken away. Someone who's listening today is feeling very lonely,
broken, confused, maybe unlovable, or even unloved. When you were little and
felt like this, you may have had a parent's lap you could run to for safety
and comfort. But you're all grown up now, and you're really hurting inside.

What a father told his little boy is very important for you right
now - "You are never too old for Jesus' lap." There is wonderful news in our
word for today from the Word of God for all of us who have had human love
let us down sometime - which is every one of us. In Zephaniah 3:17, God
says, "The Lord your God is with you, He is mighty to save. He will take
great delight in you, He will quiet you with His love, He will rejoice over
you with singing."

Now, the children understand it best I think. You can see it in
their faces when they sing, "Jesus loves me, this I know." Years ago one of
the world's leading theologians was lecturing at a seminary, and he
concluded with a question-and-answer session. One of the seminary students -
thinking he was being profound - asked the theologian what was the deepest
spiritual truth he had ever studied. The theologian paused momentarily and
then he answered, "Jesus loves me, this I know." It is that simple fact that
needs to be the refuge for your hurting or broken heart right now.

The Lord God is with you! He's mighty to save you! "He will quiet
you with His love." He is the loving Lord who wants to gather you up in His
lap and remind you how much He cares about you; that there is nothing you
can do to make Him love you more - and nothing you can do to make Him love
you less. He just loves you, no strings attached. It has nothing to do with
deserving His love. You can't. He just loves you!

But because you're all grown up now - you're tough and
sophisticated, self-sufficient, you can handle it - you may not be allowing
yourself to crawl into Jesus' lap, to pour out your deepest feelings to Him,
to open yourself up to a healing flood of His grace. If you don't, the hurt
you're feeling is probably moving you to one of four tragic emotional
alternatives - you're either starting to turn hard, to pity yourself, to
shut down, or to give up - all of which will just make you more lonely and

Now, this is a time for you to allow yourself to be that wounded
child, crawling into the lap of the one who loves you most. As Corrie ten
Boom said, "Don't wrestle, just nestle." Let Jesus remind you of who you
really are because you belong to Him, of how much you're really worth and of
His power to heal earth's deepest hurts. You really are never too big for
His lap.

Ron Hutchcraft
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* * * Four Important Things To KNOW: #1) For ALL (Americans, Muslims, Jews, Catholics, Hindus, Buddhist, Asians, Presbyterians, Europeans, Baptist, Brazilians, Mormons, Methodist, French, etc.) have sinned & fall short of the glory of God. #2) For the wages of above (see #1) are DEATH (Hell, eternal separation from God, & damnation) but the Gift (free & at no charge to you) of God (Creator, Jehovah, & Trinity) is Eternal Life (Heaven) through (in union with) Jesus Christ (God, Lord, 2nd Person of The Trinity, Messiah, Prince of Peace & Savior of the World). #3) For God so greatly loved & dearly prized the world (Americans, Muslims, Jews, Catholics, Hindus, Buddhist, Asians, Presbyterians, Europeans, Baptist, Brazilians, Mormons, Methodist, French, etc.) that He even gave up His only begotten (unique) Son, that whosoever (anyone, anywhere, anytime - while still living) believes (trust in, relies on, clings to, depends completely on) Him shall have eternal (everlasting) life (heaven). #4) Jesus said: "I am THE WAY, THE TRUTH, & THE LIFE. No one (male/female - American, Muslim, Jew, Catholic, Hindu, Buddhist, Asian, Presbyterian, European, Baptist, Brazilian, Mormons, Methodist, French, etc. ) comes (arrives) to the Father (with GOD in Heaven) EXCEPT BY (through) ME (no other name). *** This wonderful loving GOD gives you the choice - - - (Rev. 3:20) {Please note that church membership, baptism, doing good things, etc. are not requirements for becoming a Christian - however they are great afterwards!!!} *** Jesus said, "Wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction (Hell, damnation, eternal punishment), and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life (Heaven, eternal happiness, forever with God), and only a few find it.

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But these are written so that you may
believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the
Son of God, and that by believing in
Him you will have life. Jn 20:31

Seek the Lord while He may be found;
call on Him while He is near. Let the
wicked forsake his way and the evil
man his thoughts. Let him turn to the
Lord, and He will have mercy on him,
and to our God, for He will freely
pardon. "For My thoughts are not
your thoughts, neither are your ways
My ways," declares the Lord. "As the
heavens are higher than the earth, so
are My ways higher than your ways
and My thoughts than your thoughts.
As the rain and the snow come down
from heaven, and do not return to it
without watering the earth and making
it bud and flourish, so that it yields seed
for the sower and bread for the eater,
so is My word that goes out from My
mouth: It will not return to Me empty,
but will accomplish what I desire and
achieve the purpose for which I sent it.
You will go out in joy and be led forth
in peace; the mountains and hills will
burst into song before you, and all the
trees of the field will clap their hands.
Instead of the thornbush will grow the
pine tree, and instead of briers the myrtle
will grow. This will be for the Lord's
renown, for an everlasting sign, which
will not be destroyed." Is 55

O Lord, you have searched me and you
know me. You know when I sit and when
I rise; you perceive my thoughts from afar.
You discern my going out and my lying
down; you are familiar with all my ways.
Before a word is on my tongue you know
it completely, O Lord. You hem me in -
behind and before; you have laid your
hand upon me. Such knowledge is too
wonderful for me, too lofty for me to attain.

Where can I go from your Spirit? Where
can I flee from your presence? If I go up
to the heavens, you are there; if I make
my bed in the depths, you are there.

If I rise on the wings of the dawn,
if I settle on the far side of the sea,
even there your hand will guide me,
your right hand will hold me fast.

If I say, "Surely the darkness will hide
me and the light become night around
me," even the darkness will not be dark
to you; the night will shine like the day,
for darkness is as light to you. For you
created my inmost being; you knit me
together in my mother's womb. I praise
you because I am fearfully and wonderfully
made; your works are wonderful, I know
that full well. My frame was not hidden
from you when I was made in the secret
place. When I was woven together in the
depths of the earth, your eyes saw my
unformed body. All the days ordained
for me were written in your book before
one of them came to be.

How precious to me are your thoughts,
O God! How vast is the sum of them!
Were I to count them, they would
outnumber the grains of sand. When
I awake, I am still with you. Search me,
O God, and know my heart; test me
and know my anxious thoughts. See
if there is any offensive way in me,
and lead me in the way everlasting.
Ps 139

But indeed for this purpose I have raised you up,
that I may show My power in you, and that My
Name may be declared in all the earth. Ex 9:16

When I survey the wondrous cross
On which the Prince of Glory died,
My richest gain I count but loss,
And pour contempt on all my pride.

Were the whole realm of nature mine,
That were a present far too small:
Love so amazing, so divine,
Demands my soul, my life, my all.
- - Isaac Watts

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