Finding peace of mind

My friend, Dill Rai, accepted Jesus Christ as his Savior 18 years ago, at age 6, before he moved from Bhutan to the United States. This is his testimony.

Young Apostle Paulo

My 12-year-old friend, Paulo, started attending Bible studies about a month and a half ago. From the beginning, he was really eager to learn.

God moves, even in sorrow

Screams split the early morning silence about 5 a.m. One of the older women we knew who had been doing Bible studies with us was wailing.

Learning to listen, listening to learn

We visited the house of a Bhutanese refugee family. As gracious and hospitable hosts, they wouldn't let us leave without feeding us.

"I just want to be alone"

One of my students, 5-year-old Summer, arrived at class upset, saying she didn’t want to be there.

'I'll pray for your grandma'

When Mikayla, one of the kindergarten children here at Tahoe City, was picked up early from class, her friend, Ava, asked why she couldn’t play longer.Mikayla told her she had to go to Reno, because her grandmother was very ill and in the hospital.

Meteors for Christ

Recently, we took children to the Tahoe Lake beach, and I held hands with four-year-old Rorie, a little boy very interested in outer space.

Future leaders trained in Uganda

Uganda group“If you could tell the whole world one thing, what would it be?” I asked a Ugandan girl as I recorded her answer on my camera.

Fellowship, food and fun

Uganda foodThe faint smell of rain in the air mixed with the aroma of foods from nations around the world as people gathered for a party at the Center of Hope in Uganda.

Tell the stories of God's faithfulness

My time in Colorado as a student missionary came to a close, and I have reluctantly returned to the stifling heat of Texas.

Just passing through

As I sat on the airplane returning to Texas from Venezuela I thought about how foreign I felt all summer.

Under attack

I currently am preparing for a missionary journey to East Asia where I will serve five months, with the prayer and vision to start a disciple-making church. I knew spiritual warfare takes place prior to these trips. But when I officially signed up for this trip back in February, only God could have prepared me for what I was about to go through.

New life, living water

WaterfallTo end our time in Venezuela, our church partnered with a church in a neighboring town to hold a baptism at the foot of a waterfall on top of a mountain.

Gifts at work

Last week while attending an evangelism training camp, we had the privilege of meeting a missionary couple who serve here in Venezuela.

Love perseveres

God’s love truly has no limits. I have seen this proven true in countless ways in my life and in the lives of others—for example, the way God used Mike, Jarred and me to love one particular guy this summer here in Colorado.
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