On Wednesday (2/3) we put an important packet of paper work in the mail and sent it to Papua New Guinea. Our NTM co-workers will take the paper work, which included our application for work permits and visas, and hand them in to be processed. Everything has to be just right in order for the application to be […]
August 28th marked a momentous occasion for us; Benjamin took the Oath of Citizenship at a swearing in ceremony in Detroit. There were over a thousand people in attendance that day with 950 immigrants finishing the naturalization process. The ceremony itself was straightforward without too much pomp and circumstance, but it was meaningful and very […]
It has been said, "The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step." We are beginning a journey of five thousand miles and more. Papua New Guinea is on the far side of the globe from where we live now in Michigan.
There are 2,500 unreached ethnic groups in the world today. What makes them unreached? There is no gospel witness available to them. How is this possible? There are not enough people willing and equipped to take the Gospel message to them. This hard message is what we are choosing to focus on as our theme at NTBI this Fall.
Another semester has come to a close and we are adjusting to our summer schedule. Goodbyes, family fun and hopefully some time in the sun will be our summer experience this year! Click the link and find out about the details!
I had the opportunity to address our student body here at NTBI just before they all left for their summer break. A few nights earlier I was telling the story of Jacob and Esau to my children; in particular that part where Esau squanders his birthright for a bowl of lentil soup, of all things! I felt I should continue the focus on this story with the students. Maybe some of the principles will be an encouragement to you too.
Has your life ever been so full that special moments with God seem too few and far between? My life is full and many times I have felt this way. Here is how God has been graciously encouraging me.