IT’S BEEN A YEAR February 2nd, a year ago, Sharon slipped into heaven. She’s greatly missed this past year by our family, friends, and me. I’m not sure what grief is, as whenever I think about Sharon I am filled with joy, gratitude, and thankfulness…that she married me…that she stayed with me…that she prayed for me…that … More Why Can’t I Peek In?
FROM 5 TO 10 IN 2022 We began the Divine Expedition training with Global Training Network (GTN) in 2012, rolling it out first in Uganda (2012), followed by Brazil (2013), Nepal (2018), Ethiopia (2018), and El Salvador (2019). Each of these countries involved multiple trips as part of our strategy to equip and raise up … More Doubling in One Year
GOD’S GRACE AND FAVOR— PREACHING IN A GUATAMALA PRISON I just returned from Guatamala and Brazil in time for Thanksgiving…and am full of thanksgiving for God’s favor on our trip. It was a fruitful time of training, encouraging leaders, and sharing the Gospel in four cities. Following are some photos of highlights of the trip: … More God’s Grace and Favor: Guatamala and Brazil
HEART LETTERS: A GRANDSON, FRIENDS, AND DIVINE EXPEDITION IN GUATEMALA AND BRAZIL The apostle Paul wrote in 2 Corinthians 3:2-5, “You yourselves are our letter, written on our hearts, known and read by everybody. You show that you are a letter from Christ, the result of our ministry, written not with ink but with the … More Heart Letters from Christ
PREACHING IN NEPAL … NOW This past month I was invited to preach by a Nepalese pastor in a church service in Nepal. The amazing thing is that I didn’t have to fly there, but could do it online. I started at 10 pm my time on a Friday night. It was 10:45 am Saturday … More Now and Then
RECENT TRAININGS: SAN SALVADOR, EL SALVADOR AND RIO DE JANEIRO AND PAVERAMA, BRAZIL We are praising God for the way our Divine Expedition training is multiplying out. We began our training in El Salvador just before the Pandemic in 2020 shut things down. We followed up with a Zoom training refresher and then resumed in … More Divine Expedition: Recent and What’s Next