Announcing the Launch of Our New Website

Today, I am pleased to announce the launch of the new and updated website for Joy to the World Ministries. Many thanks to Church OS for their hard work in helping us with the work on this new site. They have really been terrific. May the Lord continue blessing their work. Through this, we hope to share with you […]

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Most Men are Not Satisfied with the Permanent Output of Their Lives

Most men are not satisfied with the permanent output of their lives. Nothing can wholly satisfy the life of Christ within his followers except the adoption of Christ’s purpose toward the world he came to redeem. Fame, pleasure and riches are but husks and ashes in contrast with the boundless and abiding joy of working […]

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The Murray Family History – From Scotland to Nyasaland via South Africa

Here is a fascinating bit of the Murray family history.  It’s part of the book, William Murray of Nyasaland which I am currently working on.  Enjoy: The first missionary of the Dutch Reformed Church of South Africa to go to Nyasaland was the Rev. A. C. Murray, a son of the Dutch Reformed parsonage of […]

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Malawi before Christian Missionaries

I am working on a new edition of a book entitled, William Murray of Nyasaland which should be released in a couple of months or so, Lord willing.  The book is centered on the Rev. Dr. William Murray of the Dutch Reformed Church (DRC) in South Africa who went to Malawi as a missionary in […]

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Korean Family on AirAsia Jet Found Their Calling as Christian Missionaries

The young Korean family on board the AirAsia jetliner belonged to a group of active South Korean travelers: Christian missionaries. YEOSU, South Korea—The young Korean family aboard the AirAsia jetliner that vanished on Sunday belonged to a group of active South Korean travelers: Christian missionaries. Park Seong-beom, 37 years old, and his wife Lee Kyung-hwa had moved […]

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Man-Centered Missions

Near the end of his extraordinary life, William Carey was becoming a household name in England. Biographies were being turned out to an eager public. Even mementos of Carey’s life were prized as almost sacred objects. One day a friend of Carey’s was going on and on about the fame of the “Father of Modern […]

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