Thoughts on growing up on the mission field from Ethan, Titus, Nora, and Ellie

        What are some of your favorite things about Peru? Ethan: Our friends and the people here.Titus: The food and that people here are really nice. Nora: The parks are fun, that we get to go with on ministry trips, and the dogs on the street.Ellie: Going to Lima on vacation and going … Continue reading Thoughts on growing up on the mission field from Ethan, Titus, Nora, and Ellie

Why we accept every invitation we get…and perhaps you should too

In our day many of us live with calendars full to the brim and our lives have very little time for anything outside our regularly scheduled daily or weekly activities (which are often very fine activities). Over the years our family certainly fit this category although we have always been very selective in how we … Continue reading Why we accept every invitation we get…and perhaps you should too

The Forgotten Sacrifice

In American culture we have days in our calendar that are set apart to remember the sacrifice of service men and women. Those days are often marked with parades, remembrance services at memorials, and prayers for our country. In other words, our country is a country that admires and appreciates the sacrifice of others. We … Continue reading The Forgotten Sacrifice

Pictures of from our final trip to Northern Mexico

Two years ago I would have never imagined that I would have privilege of playing a role in planting a church in Northern Mexico. I would have never imagined the close relationships that my family and I would build with both believers and non-believers across the border. Therefore, it was bittersweet to say goodbye to … Continue reading Pictures of from our final trip to Northern Mexico

One last time – thoughts on going on my final trip to Northern Mexico

It seems like just yesterday I was preparing to go on my first trip into Northern Mexico leading a church planting team from the Center for Pioneer Church Planting. Some things have certainly changed during these two years - familiarity with the people and culture, we are based in a different village than where we … Continue reading One last time – thoughts on going on my final trip to Northern Mexico