Choosing to Praise God
Lately, I have been feeling pretty crummy. I have been nauseated most of the day, bloated and sometimes I can’t even think straight because of the nausea. It is due to an abdominal hernia that should be fixed on Monday by surgery. I have been struggling with discouragement and not being short with my family. […]
Can a local person run a missionary guesthouse?
Someone asked us recently, “Can’t a local person do what you do?” (For those of you who don’t know, we run a guesthouse in West Africa to serve the missionaries and pastors who come through our city. Our goal is to refresh them so that they can keep serving.) I responded, “Yes, but there is […]
Backyard vs Public Park
We manage a guesthouse with a small yard and playground for children. We also live on the same center. So in a sense it is like our backyard. Yet, it can also be compared to a public park: free for any guests and our missionaries who live near enough to come and enjoy it whenever […]
Introduction to the Honebeins:
Jacob, Melissa, Grace, Caleb and Hope
Missionaries with Ethnos360
Serving in West Africa
I was born in Loveland, Colorado where I lived most of my early childhood. We went to church with my mom when I was young. When I was 7 years old my Dad started attending church with us. My dad, my sister and I all learned about God’s plan of salvation and were baptized together. But I started to doubt my ...