“When a poor person dies of hunger, it has not happened because God did not take care of him or her. It has happened because neither you nor I wanted to give that person what he or she needed.”

– Mother Teresa, Roman Catholic nun

Either we’re called to glorify God in all the Earth or we’re not! And if we are, then what are we doing with our lives, our time, our finances, our hearts, minds and souls?

Mission:Critical will explore ways in which we can affect the world around us with the Love of God: telling of His saving grace; feeding the hungry; learning how to better reach others through books, music, finance and physical involvement; giving water to those who thirst, praying for those who are sick and comforting those who mourn.

I will also post articles, thoughts, quotes, prayers and other items from a variety of authors who can speak to us, encourage us and convict us.

Join me in saying, “Lord, here I am, send me!”

God will answer us as we humbly submit ourselves to Him with servants’ hearts, open to whatever, wherever, however, whenever.

Carry out the taskFinish the task.


The term mission critical refers to any factor (equipment, process, procedure, software, etc.) that’s crucial to the successful completion of an entire project. It may also refer to a project the success of which is vital to the mission of the organization that attempts it.

Serve the Lord with Joy!Serve the Lord with Joy!

  1. Thanks, Cha Cha, it’s good to hear from you! Out of nearly 6 billion people on this planet, you are still the only one I know who named their child “Dennis.” And you’re still a very special ONE out of billions to us.

  2. Thanks for sharing. As I’ve been away from missions for several years it’s so refreshing to see things God gave me a glimpse to see up front back then are still going strong. It’s great to read your passion for the lost and lonely hasn’t faded. Just think “of the 5 billion people on this earth, God picked you…”. I won’t forget that.

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