When most people feel the need to be refreshed they don’t head to Dakar, Senegal. Maybe it’s just me, but I consider waterfalls or large bodies of water as a place to be refreshed. But isn’t it just like the Lord to refresh me in a hot, dry and dusty place? Only He can refresh […]
What hasn’t been the greatest for me these past two weeks? Hmm, let’s see: being away from my lovely wife Casie, missing my daughter Savanna’s 16th birthday, not being with the family, missing out on life in Jackson, Mi. But what has been great? Well, for the past two weeks I have had the privilege […]
After 2 weeks of non-stop leadership training, followed by incoming freshmen bursting through the doors, and just days after the NTBI students were getting settled into classes, what did we do? Of course, we left for MEXICO…to spend a week challenging and encouraging the 7th -12th grade missionary kids to consider what it means to grow […]
We have a saying in our culture that “Practice Makes Perfect”. In many of life’s endeavors we will simulate certain conditions in order to give an individual the opportunity to be stretched and developed. New Tribes Mission has built an incredibly challenging program in Central Pennsylvania which simulates cultural and language acquisition in an isolated people group. Each […]
So often when working in the harvest fields we forget to look up and see what other workers are serving around us.