Stories about every mission trip are special and specific. I have been on nine mission trips, but one thought lingered…what will make this trip to El Vigia, Venezuela special. In what ways will God stretch me and make me more useable to Him?
Thursday night, I was taken to a home to visit with believers, have a nice meal and share the gospel with just one person. This one person had been prayed for purposely during the Operation Andrew Project.
The night went well. I really felt a strong connection to the family. Fellowship was good. As the evening was drawing to an end, it was time to share the gospel with Karrina.
Karrina is a very pretty young lady. She is collegiately educated, married to a good man... Read More
We worked in nine Mission Churches in Jamaica. The churches were part of a circuit of churches for each pastor, so sometimes the pastor was not present as we worked with members of the mission. The churches were in rural areas and separated my many miles. In many cases transportation while at the church was not available. Some congregations were less than 20 people. Most visitations were done by walking from the church along neighboring streets. Despite these handicaps, there were 544 who prayed to receive Christ.
One church in particular was prepared, the church at... Read More
Armenia is a “culturally Christian” country where most believe they are Christians, because Armenia has been a Christian nation for 1800 years. Many people are members of the Apostolic Church of Armenia that actually predates the Roman Catholic Church. Their belief system is a form of works salvation that is difficult to overcome. Many we met wanted nothing more to do with God than to go to church once a week and do “more good than bad.” Read More