The newest family member arrived early this morning. His name is Jackson David. Jill, Matt and Amelie are all doing well.
We thank you, God, for the safe delivery and arrival of Jackson David. Amen.
I can’t tell you how great your thoughts were on the last post, “God’s Mission Has A Church.” It is really encouraging and exciting to see your responses and the thought each of you put into your comments. In the Gospels Jesus describes the Kingdom of God as near, here already and just around the…Details
What? How often do we mix this up? This past weekend we shared a little bit more about life in the orphanage at Fedja and the proposed solution to the problems they are experiencing there. The solution, proposed by GVCM director Yves Prophete, is the planting of a church next door to the orphanage. What…Details
It is hard to believe that Easter weekend was almost a month ago. The day after our Holy Saturday service Paul Riley and I jumped on a plane and flew to Haiti. Our trip overshadowed what I think was a great weekend of worship and reflection and I haven’t had the opportunity to talk to…Details
In spite of the title of this post I am quite opposed to the emotional manipulation that Christians often use to get money. So don’t consider the title of this post a manipulation. It is simply the description of a need. This weekend, we are going to have a special offering for the orphanage in…Details
Three days after the events at Virginia Tech I think it is important for us, far removed as we may be, to be in prayer for those that were lost, their families and our nation. Experiences like these always prompt questions of why? I wonder if understanding the why behind this tragedy would make any…Details
We had a tough time uploading video and still images from Haiti. Here are a few of the images from the early part of our week there. There will be more to come!
(I chose the song because I thought it was in French! Ooops…)
This is Pastor Nixon. He helps lead a church in Fedja and runs the orphanage. He is an exceptional young man.
These are some of the orphans in Fedja along with their young adult helpers. They received the Wheatland shoes the day after this picture was taken. They are great kids.