Updated on June 20, 2017
While in Honduras last week with a team from Ferguson Church of the Nazarene, the following story occurred and it needs to be shared!
On Tuesday night, one of the team members, Betty, shared a story book presentation with the girls at PTC about the Holy Spirit. Also attending the devotion time was a Honduran doctor who was visiting the ministry and serving the community as well…
Updated on June 22, 2017
Recently at a prayer meeting in Mexico, we celebrated the Lord’s Supper. As the ‘bread’ came around the person on my left made the comment, “This is the first time I’ve seen tortillas used in place of bread.” This is the story of why we used tortillas.
Updated on June 21, 2017
Hours of teaching by seasoned missionaries, great food, and even a float down the Comal River in New Braunfels, TX, comprised this year’s orientation and training. Many months of preparation and prayer go into this eight-day event each year, and God answered our prayers for harvest workers…
Updated on May 15, 2017
I was with a group of our mission school students in a small remote village that can only be reached by boat. On the way, we had been regaled with stories of how the locals in this region are prone to take the law into their own hands… and how they don’t take kindly to strangers…
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