Is Your Church Friendly? It Truly Matters

Is Your Church Friendly? It Truly Matters

Recently we did some training with all of our ministry volunteers (we call them teams). During COVID, we have had to work creatively to keep serving our church family while also keeping our teams as small as possible. We decided to focus on three things: efficiency,...
Why Talking about Jesus is Not Enough

Why Talking about Jesus is Not Enough

There was loud music playing through massive speakers all over the place. You could really feel the excitement in the air. It was such a surreal experience for me. Thousands of people gathered together to see him. To hear him. What an event it was! “It is our only and...
Lessons after the Storm

Lessons after the Storm

From early on after our family’s arrival in Honduras at the end of 2004, a frequent topic of conversation as we got to know people was “el Mitch,” in reference to Hurricane Mitch that devastated Honduras in 1998. As we listened to the personal testimonies, we began to...
The ABC’s of missions partnerships

The ABC’s of missions partnerships

I am deeply thankful for what God is doing here in Mexico City by allowing us to have supporters in the US. However, I would like to give you my very personal perspective on missions as I see it biblically. When contacting churches and when talking to pastors, I want...
What is God doing?

What is God doing?

For ten years, Hezekiah lived under the threat of the Assyrian empire threatening to pillage the southern tribes of Judah. I bet he wondered “what is God doing?” Habakkuk watched his nation deteriorate into chaos—injustice, evil, idolatry, and violence prevailed....
For Husbands Only

For Husbands Only

Valentine’s Day may be the one time each year that most husbands let down the macho exterior and actually demonstrate their love for their wives in tangible ways. You might shower your wife with flowers or candy, or take her out on a romantic evening. Some of...