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
About seven or eight years ago I had a good friend approach me about supporting him and his family as they would soon be leaving to be missionaries in a third world country. Perhaps what I remember most about our discussion was looking at the budget he showed me. Of course, I did not look … Continue reading Why do Missionaries Cost So Much?
Reaching & Teaching Will be Our Sending Agency We have officially been appointed as missionaries with Reaching and Teaching As you may know we recently completed our time on staff with To Every Tribe. Over the last two years we have enjoyed helping to train other missionaries, church planting in Northern Mexico and filling in some of our … Continue reading We have chosen our sending agency!
Ed McCully of the "Ecuador Five" once wrote in a letter to his good friend and missionary teammate, Jim Elliot, that he had resolved to live his life in "reckless abandon" for Christ. Since their fateful day on that Ecuadorian beachhead this phrase has served as both a a rallying cry and a way of … Continue reading Reckless Abandon – But Not the Way You Think
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
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
I (Trevor), and the two other men from the families we will be teaming up with long-term, had an incredible time in Peru. Everywhere we went we saw great need for the gospel. Check out our video to hear and SEE important details from the trip - there is a lot of great video footage … Continue reading Peru Trip Recap Video
This March my husband, Trevor, had the opportunity to travel to Peru with two other men to determine a location in Peru where our families can serve long-term. Meanwhile, I had the opportunity to be sanctified and refined as I took care of our children (ages 7,5, 2 and 1) and household alone for that … Continue reading 23 days 15 hours and 24minutes-But Who’s Counting? (By: Betsy Holloway)
"Your word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path" (Psalm 119:105). One of the most important things a pastor or missionary can do is teach their people how to properly read and understand the Bible. This is what our church planting team began to teach during our most recent trip to … Continue reading Putting the Bible in Their Hands
What does a diet of drinking coke at every meal and not brushing your teeth get you? Lot's of pain due to cavities, gum disease, and worse. This is the reality for many people just a few hours over the border. So, as a way to serve the physical needs of the villages our church … Continue reading Filling Cavities for the Cause of Christ!