The Tanzanian night sky is hard to describe, especially on nights where the moon is new. The bright twinkling lights shimmer in a tapestry as far as the eye can see. It’s beautiful. But it wasn’t the most beautiful thing I saw that night. Where the glimmering tapestry deadened, and gave up to the ground, […]Read more "Anyone and Everyone"
I would be the first person to tell you that it is easy to forget what God can do. Many times in the west we look at the activity of God, especially when it comes to evangelism, and we speak in long periods of time. We use words like friendship, relationship, years and decades. There […]Read more "Peace and Love: Bai’s Story"
We met John in a village called Kelabo. He is a local Papua New Guinean, who was born in this Duna village and was given the opportunity to be educated. This education has made him one of few in his village who is able to do what he is called to; translate the Bible. Currently […]Read more "John from Kelabo"
The first time we met John he walked up to us hobbling and grasping a tall wooden staff which he used to walk. He is an elderly man, not certain of his exact age—as is common in many hyper-rural third world situations. He heard through the village grape vine that some missionaries had come and […]Read more "Old Man John"
I was recently driving from Denver to a small town in Nebraska called Franklin. About 40 miles from my final destination, while driving through a small town called Long Island, Kansas, my 95’ Blue Ford Explorer suddenly stopped moving forward when I pressed down on the gas pedal. It was by the grace of God […]Read more "God Provides"
“And they devoted themselves to the Apostles teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers…”Read more "Bush Church"
A 5 Minute Ministry Update about a trip to Papua New Guinea.Read more "March and April Ministry Update"