God’s Provision God’s provision never ceases to amaze me. I am, even in this moment, utterly struck by his ability to provide. This year has been characterized by his provision. Day in and day out God has come through. Starting last year around this time I felt the prompting of the Holy Spirit to begin […]Read more "God Didn’t Let Me Down…"
Click here–> September and October-2016 OR Read Below September and October Ministry Update Hello Friends and Family, I hope that this letter finds you well. This is the latest 5 Minute Ministry Update. In this update you will find information on upcoming vision as well as some exciting news. Thanks in advance for your time! We […]Read more "September and October Ministry Update"
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"
I was sitting at the work desk in the corner of my bedroom staring at a blank page in my prayer journal. My heart was languishing before God. I was about to take one of the biggest leaps of faith I had ever taken, get in a plane with my dad, fly to a country […]Read more "Ougalee"
Please Click Here –> July August Ministry Update OR read below Hello Everyone, I hope that you are doing well! Thank you in advance for your time as you read through this latest 5 Minute Ministry Update. This update is dedicated to prayer. As you all know there is a lot of need. I have requested prayer […]Read more "July and August Ministry Update"
Mamoya is the tallest Hadzabe man I know. At 5’ 11’’ he stands a full head taller than most of the people in the village. He is a kind and quiet man, keeping mostly to himself, but persistent when it comes to learning more about Jesus. I first met Mamoya on a trip in 2014. […]Read more "Mamoya"
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"