I have more things to say then there are minutes in a day, but though I find myself writing this message at the 11thhour of the night, I will try to keep this report to the most essential for now. I will say that there are exciting things happening in this 11thMOVE class session. This […]
After a typically full church service we made five visits in the afternoon including two neat contacts with Evangical folks in Chan Pine Ridge. One lady named Angela is the wife of an evangelical pastor in another village and she hitchhikes every weekend to come take care of her 90 year old mother. Last week […]
“Daniel… accident!” were the only two words I understood from the choked-up voice of sister Mirtha when Lyli answered her call on speaker phone early Monday morning.
Oh Lord, I sure hope he’s not gone. I thought, fearing the worst as Lyli stepped out of the house to get better reception.
“Daniel is in custody at the police […]
Dear brothers and sisters,
Rasto and Jannette are now wittnesses already 2 days with demons activities through young students in Paruima.
One – Liccie – has often breath stop and heart stop. Rasto and Jannette in continuing prayers are helping them to rescutite them.
God gives them strengh and peace. But the satan is not stoping. Church members […]
“What’s your address?” can be a tricky question to answer as a missionary. The correct response can depend on the time of year, or on who’s asking and for what reason. There are at least six or seven addresses I use frequently, depending on the occasion, and not one of them is really my own. […]
We were finally home after a long but wonderful Sabbath full of activities. I was fumbling for my keys under our tenuous porch light as Lyli stood by swatting mosquitoes. When I lifted my head my eyes caught a thin form of banded red, black and yellow resting in the shadow of the oregano plant […]
Before leaving the bush on Sunday morning, the students must complete a series of exercises as a team. Several of them are designated as blind, mute and lame, just to make things more interesting. My job this time was to scout a location on the creek and explain and supervise the students’ river-crossing challenge in […]
You follow a map to your campsite, find your food, (which is hidden in the woods ahead of time, so it is at least more palatable and plentiful then real forage fare) build your shelter, start your fire, and if you want filtered water, you make your own charcoal filter! These are the basic rules […]
Newsletter #J 15
Oct. 23, 2018
A Time for Rest
To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven:…
a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted; …
A time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together;
a time to embrace, and a time […]
A young lady in the mountain village of Emas being carried to the helicopter landing site to be flown to the hospital. The doctors were ruling out Malaria, Typhoid, or Dengue. Sadly she died 2 days later before they were able to confirm a diagnosis!
Typhoons, Church Plants, and Radio Ministries
“Yet when they cried out to the […]