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HCR112: The Lord came to Mohamed

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In this 112th podcast of Healthy Church Radio, I talk about a testimony I recently heard from Mohamed-Ibrahim Yattara, a man from Mali who was raised in Islam but converted to Christianity as a young man. Even though he was rejected by his father and family, he stood fast in his faith. He eventually went to Bible School to learn more, including studies in America. Professor Mohamed now serves as the director of the Bible Institute in Gao, Mali, where he trains and equips young leaders in the Gospel ministry—all of whom are from Muslim backgrounds.

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HCR111: God is Working in Moldova

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In this 111th podcast of Healthy Church Radio, I talk about my recent trip to do ministry in Moldova. Situated between Romanian and Ukraine, Moldova is the poorest country in Europe. But it is not because of a lack of resources or because of a poor work ethic. It is mainly because of a corrupt government. I share about the opportunities Kevin Jordan and I had to share in 4 churches, and the present five seminars to men to equip them to be the Prophet, Priest, Protector, and Provider in their homes.

2I also talk about the conference, Encourage the Church! Antioch Community Church is having September 9-11. You can register here: https://www.antiochchurchnc.org/ministries/encourage-church-conference/conferenceregistration/

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HCR107: Interview with David Clubb

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In this 107th podcast of Healthy Church Radio, I interview my friend David Clubb. I met David on the campus of what was then Elon College in the early 1990’s, had the privilege of teaching him public speaking, worshiping with him on the campus at what we called Elon Celebration, and officiating the ceremony when he married Shannon on June 30, 1995.

David and I talk about his position at Virginia Tech, overseeing the international student center, how he got involved in working with internationals, his family of 7, and his passion for reading good books from John Piper and others.

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David ClubbDavid Clubb is the Executive Director of the Cranwell International Center at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) and a Lecturer on the faculty. He leads a wide range of strategic initiatives designed to support the comprehensive internationalization of the university and the development of intercultural competence within the student, faculty, and staff.

Prior to his position at Virginia Tech, David spent nearly 20 years working in the field of international education in various capacities at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, the University of Pittsburgh, and the University of Colorado (Denver Campus and Anschutz Medical Campus). He most recently served as the Assistant Vice President for International Education at Norwich University (America’s oldest private military college).
 
David has extensive experience and expertise in all areas of international education, including but not limited to education abroad, international admissions, Intensive English Programs (IEP), international student and scholar services, international partnerships, and global, international, and intercultural competency (GII). He is a licensed Qualified Administrator for the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) and the Intercultural Conflict Style Inventory (ICS).

David has been married for 21 years to Shannon Clubb and has five children: Ainsley (10), Griffin (9), Mallory (7), Tanner (5), and Asher (2). He lives in Blacksburg, Virginia.

David’s former blog (with posts about his trips to Costa Rica): https://unstained.wordpress.com/

Orphanage his family visits in Costa Rica: http://www.homesoflife.org/costa-rica.htm

Book One of John Piper’s “Swan” series: http://www.desiringgod.org/books/the-legacy-of-sovereign-joy

Respectable Sins, by Jerry Bridges: http://www.amazon.com/Respectable-Sins-Confronting-We-Tolerate/dp/1600061400/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1464608630&sr=8-1&keywords=respectable+sins+bridges