Valuing The Overlooked
There is a genuine enthusiasm about George that draws you into his world, where trusting the Lord for the impossible is part of his reality. This is the first podcast in TransformativeU, and I know you’ll be as encouraged as I was.
As Drena’s sister, I asked questions centered around family and specifically about Drena; questions that reveal a side of George I admire – his concern for family.
George’s answers and insights I found to be both fascinating and relevant to our walk with the Lord today. They also reveal his heart of love, his passion for the lost, and his passion for the unborn.
George is realistic and compassionate in his outlook.
Often those who cross his path are suffering and they are the ones he loves to interact with.
George explained how you too can have an integral part in the ministry – touching lives in Africa or Asia or the Middle East. The time spent with George was deeply encouraging and gave me a fresh glimpse at his heart.
I encourage you to listen to the podcast or read the PDF, for this interview will enable you to see a side of George you may not know.
George Verwer Interview 2017
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I enjoyed listening to this podcast and hearing George Verwer’s heart for missions. It’s encouraging to hear how the Lord can teach us through our failures.
I am glad you enjoyed it. The Lord is patient with us. George gave a wonderful word of advice – he never goes to bed without first dealing with any sin of that day. I have learned it is much better to keep short accounts and to always keep them current.
Dear Barb… What a joy to see and feel your new ministry and influence… As you know George really is my ONLY… hero or mentor in life — even from such a distance… And how I’ve failed miserably — yet I look to him as the bright star to follow! Thank you for your life and blessing… We have so many fond memories of our times together in Baltimore!
Thank you, Fred. I am glad George continues to impact your life. Praise the Lord we are not defined by our failures! Blessings to you and Barbara.
I know I told you this in person, but I wanted to comment here as well. This was such a lovely interview. I listened along with my family and we each enjoyed hearing his unique story. The questions were both personal as well as professional and I appreciated the balance of both. What an amazing life to live! Thank you so much for this podcast. I’m personally looking forward to more of these, as they’re easy to listen to.
Dear Rad. Thank you for your kind comment. It is encouraging you would like to hear more interviews. That means I need to get to the drawing board and start making plans! Love to you and your family.