After 73 years I think I have found my fit, I can talk about missions as long as I like and folk can shut me off or on anytime. If you can not find a place to preach Go Ye, make your own because finding people to go is not by power or might but […]
During our years with New Tribes Mission, now known as Ethnos 360, Janie and I took many short term mission trips with a program called Destination Summit to many places around the world. We showed them the fields that are white to harvest and invited them to pray for laborer’s to go to those fields. […]
Twins, yes two of them and when you are not an outboard motor machinic there is nothing that can set you to praying like the sound of one missing when you are headed up river, miles from home. I am so thankful for the teams we put together as we pushed to reach people groups […]
In the early days of our time in Papua New Guinea money was short and getting supplies into the area we were working sometimes caused problems. So, as best as we could we ate out of the jungle. I built a cook house out side of our bigger house and there we spent lots of […]
I retired as a Rep with Ethnos 360 but something still draws me to the need of more labors for the many unreached people groups around the world. Yes, I pray for more labors but I put feet to those prayers and look for faithful men and women. If a Christian man or woman qualifies […]
I have been told that I have a heart for missions, not really, I am more like King David, a man wanting the heart of God, missions just comes with it. Riding the wind or the water on the mission field with Jesus, my wife always at my side.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but a thousand words could not describe my feeling for this young pastor. I have followed him from his youth until today, Lord teach me to pray for him the way he prays for the missionaries that helped them come from darkness into light. Namoleya wrote […]
I miss those cooked bananas so much Janie and I will be heading back to Papua New Guinea in November 1-15 making it our second trip this year. We will be working with our son Bill and his wife Kelly. Please pray as we will be booking tickets soon and sure would like some nice […]
I worked with Carl and his family in 1976 and now 2019 I run into a barrel that carried their supplies to the field way up on a river in Papua New Guinea. Footsteps to follow even after the faithful are gone.