Out of the same mouth proceed blessing and cursing.
My brethren, these things ought not to be so.
James 3:10

A reprimand is in order here as we read this verse today,
Because it's very important the things we daily say.
How sad to hear cursing from believers; this should never be,
Let's learn to only bless because to this we all agree.
For Jesus sake let's clean up our speech and don't use bad language again,
By doing this we'll please the Lord,  and be happier than we've ever been.

Ralph & Margie Poulson
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September 22, 2014
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Titus 3:8
This is a faithful saying,
and these things I want you to affirm constantly,
that those who have believed in God should be careful to maintain good works.
These things are good and profitable to men.

We are told in God's Word we are saved to serve; this is His will for us,
For you who are missing this valuable part, we urge you to "get on the bus".
Maintaining good works is proof to all, that we have believed and are saved,
Christians who seriously serve this way are content and well behaved.
In the end, the believer who walks this way, will profit so very much,
And for sure he will know by the way he lives, he has the Master's touch.


"From a Canoe to a Chevy." Brazil: Memories and Ministries
(by Ralph Poulson)
Now available in eBook format and in paperback at:
Barnes & Noble
Apple iBooks
(and more)
It was a thrill to write this book about our
life and ministry in Brazil.

We know you will enjoy the 200 stories of
the interesting experiences we had
while serving the Lord there.
Our prayer is that this book will be a
blessing to all who read it.
Reasons to read this book:

Unusual stories from Brazil.
Personal issues missionaries face on foreign soil.
Each chapter is a complete story telling the happenings in Brazil the way they
How God introduced us to dear Brazilian friends.
The stories of men and women who met Jesus Christ will thrill you.
Spiritual lessons conclude each chapter.

I have known Ralph and Margie Poulson from the time I was a child and have
been enriched spiritually by the testimony of their ministries. This book, written
in a humble, God-honoring way, takes the reader into the heart of missions. That
is a good place to be.
Laurel Hicks, Litt.D, editor, A Beka Book (retired)

I've never encountered a book written by missionaries that was more
informative, encouraging, and full of suspense. It was bits and pieces from Ralph
& Margie Poulson’s life in Brazil that I had heard, and their testimonies when
they returned home, that encouraged me to join the mission field ten years ago.
Helen Steele, Greek Bible College in Greece.

Dr. Roy B. Zuck:
These stories give an interesting picture of your life in Brazil. The chapters are
well written. They gave me a new appreciation for your ministry.
(Dr. Roy B. Zuck, senior professor emeritus of Bible Exposition and editor of
Bibliotheca Sacra, Dallas Theological Seminary, died March 16, 2013. This
endorsement is from the emails from him.)

Ralph and Marjorie served with ABWE in Brazil for 25 years in the Amazon, and
then Natal, directing the Berean Baptist Seminary. He was pastor of First Baptist
Church in Ferndale, Washington for eighteen years. Shepherds Baptist
Ministries enlisted him to represent them on the west coast. Their daughter Joy
died in 2013. Their son Rawlie, and wife Gina have 3 children: Nathan, Benny
and Monique.