Hi WCCC Revolutionaries.
It has come to my attention that we should be on the lookout for up to five terrorist cell groups that
have been operating in many churches lately. They have been identified as: Bin Sleepin, Bin
Arguin, Bin Fightin, Bin Complainin, and Bin Missin. Their leader Satan, has Bin Workin and
Trainin these groups to distract, divide, and destroy any church that is growing and alive. (That’s
this church!) Keep an eye out for these folks and forces around here!
However, there have been reports of several counter terrorist cells that are also operating. A group
known by the name Bin Prayin is actively at work and this year a ton of people have Bin Servin as
Love Revolutionaries! Many have also Bin Givin, Lovin, Studyin, and Growin! Keep it up!!
James Hansee did a fantastic job preaching last weekend on the reason we reach out as
Chaplains of love – it’s all about the cross. Our motive and standard of measurement is Christ and
what He has done. I encourage you to continue to ‘die to self’ and be the hands of Christ wherever
One of our members emailed recently to tell me about one way they were a chaplain. She writes:
“I love going to the Chicago airport terminal because it gives me an opportunity to tip the
restroom cleaning staff. I always give them a $5 tip saying, ‘God bless you, and Chicago has
the cleanest restrooms of any airport I have been in.’ I was there at Thanksgiving time and
thought it was close to Christmas and this time I would tip $10. I approached the cleaning staff
in the restroom and give the tip. She said, ‘I can’t believe this, when you do a good deed for
someone it always comes back to you.’ She had given her last $4 to a co-worker that needed
train fare home. It was the cleaning lady’s last $4 that she was going to use for lunch. The coworker
told her she would bring her something for dinner from home. She said, ‘I can’t believe
that you gave me money for my lunch.’ As I am waiting in the terminal now I always make it a
point to pray for every worker in the airport and all the passengers. That sure covers a lot of
I love it! This captures the mentality and activity of a chaplain on a love revolution.
I recently read a story of how Helen Keller, who completely lost her sight and hearing at 19
months from a severe infection, learned the meaning of love. She learned it from Ann Sullivan, her
teacher who was half blind herself. Helen told about their 1st meeting 3 months before she was 7
“The morning after my teacher came, she led me into her room and gave me a doll. When Ihad
played with it a little while, Miss Sullivan slowly spelled into my hand the word, D-O-L-L. I was
excited when I finally spelled the word myself. And I ran downstairs to show my mother.”
Several days later, Helen told of how Miss Sullivan pumped cold water on her hand and spelledout
W-A-T-E-R on her hand. After learning to spell hundreds of words, one day Miss Sullivanspelled
out the word, L-O-V-E in Helen’s hand. Perplexed, Helen spelled back, “W-H-A-T I-S L-O-V-E?”
And that began a conversation about real love. That’s our objective as members of Christ’s bride.
Our goal this year is to trace the love of Jesus Christ into the hands of the people around us so
they can see what it is.
Go and be a love terrorist for God this week?!
P.S. Dr. David Grubbs, a member at WCCC (who preached here not long ago) has written a new
book about his life journey as a medical missionary. It is inspiring and interesting. The name is
The Partridge Principle and signed copies are available for purchase this weekend in the church
bookstore. It’s a great read about how God used David and wife Eva as Love Revolutionaries.