Do we dare hope? First of all, if you want to WATCH this update rather than read it, we have a video version of it posted in our Facebook Ministry Group here. Feel free to watch and comment. Or you could open it up and just listen as you cook dinner or…I would say on your daily […]
Momentum is Building These past few weeks, the word “momentum” has been on our minds. Depending on your point of view, the events taking place and gaining momentum in our world could be seen as good or just plain bad (a certain virus out there…). As we think about it, we realize some things don’t […]
The great western road trip was AWESOME! Between the privilege of seeing, from the ground, the incredible country we’re privileged to live in and all of the people we were able to connect with we were really encouraged. After the trip west, in which we drove from central Florida to central California and back, we settled […]
//If you’re interested in watching a video version of this update click here// News about our family, what we’ve been up to and what we’re praying about doing this summer. Let’s start somewhere else though… On the other side of the world in Papua New Guinea, the Menya people live. They’ve had a team of […]
First of all, THANK YOU SO MUCH! Your prayer support and encouraging emails were a huge boost to us and a sweet thing to be able to show Jack as he grows through this experience. It was awesome to see so many of you write back as well as encourage us on Facebook. If you missed […]
Jack was born with a deficiency in his immune system. Think of it like he is missing part of it. He was born with the inability to produce ‘Immunoglobulin-a’, part of the immune system that affects his respiratory and GI systems. We’ve known this for the last few years and been able to manage this […]
Earlier this year, the Ethnos360 Home Office team all moved from the office spaces we’d all occupied since 1978 into new space, a mile deeper into downtown Sanford. To move a huge team of 200+ support personnel into new offices is huge, but we one-upped that! Our Communications and Marketing team led our organization through […]
This is a guest post by Matt and Karissa Long. The difference between the two is just a little plastic tube. Recently I (Karissa) got the opportunity to go snorkeling in the ocean. I got to see beautiful coral reefs and fish I’d only seen in aquariums. It was an experience, but I can’t say […]
My mom isn’t the first missionary I met. But she is one of the most tenacious missionaries I know.
Thank you for your prayers and support throughout 2016. We are excited to continue to be “your hands and feet” as we serve with NTM to see a Thriving Church for Every People.