Faith

Gracias Kaycee!

We have been privileged to work alongside Kaycee Kaba for the last year as she has served the Lord and the community of Ixtapaluca discipling girls, playing in the church praise band, helping out with baking classes, tutoring English, helping with kids clubs, the internship program, judging English competitions and much more! Kaycee was sent …

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Wheelchair Ministry Thank You (video)

This is going to prove to be a classic post. Below, our daughter Cathy doing a short video thanking all of you for your partnership in helping us distribute about 170 wheelchairs in the past two-and-a-half years. These wheelchairs are purchased for about $20 a piece from Operation Blessing, a non-profit here in Mexico. They …

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Forays into Mexico City

This past week has been full of expected and unexpected happenings. It has been a week where we have ventured into Mexico City on four different occasions. Last weekend we received news of the death of Mayra’s aunt, and went to her viewing on a rainy Friday evening. I was asked to officiate the wedding, …

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Family Connections. WOL Pastor’s Conference (part 2)

One of the realities of missionary life is that nobody knows your family. In most cases, people you work with have never met your parents, or your siblings. They’ve most certainly never met your uncles and aunts. That part of life is…well…missing. Of course, the positive side of that is that you acquire many spiritual …

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Gethsemane (a poem)

GETHSEMANE The image of a cross I see in the tear of Him who would die for me, a tear, or is it blood, I cannot tell. Underneath the stars is He, fallen in such agony, then His eyes meet mine. Could it be He is telling me that He is going to Calvary for …

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