When I was young (and dinosaurs still walked the Earth according to my kids), our youth group planned and carried out our weekend retreats and all of our youth events. For several years we built and entered floats in the local parade to reach out to the community. Another youth group in our area put […]
I am guessing that the answer is “No”. Most most ministry partners have never had to consider how Ethnos360 keeps track of donations. I doubt you have ever thought about how we keep in contact with candidates who wish to become members. You may have questioned if Ethnos360 spends it’s funds wisely, buy have you […]
Even though we are no longer serving in Africa, we can still have a vital role through our ministry here in Florida.
I said, "Sure.", not realizing how very brain-intensive this accounting project would be.
Many of you have been praying for us as we have been searching for a house. In December, we signed a contract on a house that was in foreclosure, and we waited three more months to hear from the bank holding the mortgage. On March 18 (Dean’s birthday), we got a call from our realtor saying that our offer […]
That in turn means that $25,000 of our donors’ hard-earned donations can go to spreading the gospel, instead of going to the credit card company.
From On our way to Christchurch, posted by Tuti Hess on 7/08/2012 (14 items) Kaikoura mountains and coastline. IMG_3720 IMG_3721 IMG_3722 IMG_3723 Going inland – more mountains. IMG_3725 Big waves. Going to see the baby seals at Ohau point. They hang out at the waterfall. Levi and Veronica looking down at the baby seals in […]
The day started out OK but it ended up quite cold in the end. The boat was delayed 2 hours so when we left there was only about an hour of daylight. Thankfully the crossing was smooth and there was a playground and TV on the boat to help keep the kids occupied. Woke up […]
It was great to catch up with Ange, Sara & the boys. It was too bad that we didn’t have a little bit more time with them. We were so impressed with Ange and how well he is communicating in English now. Well done Ange & Sara you have come such a long way from […]
It was a really wet, cold day when we left. The desert road was treacherous, it actually snowed and everything was shrouded in mist. We were in the path of a squall all the way to Masterton. These photos are all that I remembered to take of our time in Masterton. We felt an earthquake […]