Update for the Second Week of October 2016 Everyone seems to be talking about who they support or who they don’t support. This week I would like to talk about a group of people that are running, but not for an office. They are busy supporting our efforts so that we can keep teaching […]
Last Summer (2013), the kids at Westwood Baptist Church’s Summer Hummer (VBS) donated funds to build a covered play area for the Isnag children in our village. By God’s grace, the project has been completed (see previous posts). This summer our family was able to attend Summer Hummer again and pass on a big “Thank […]
The children who attended Westwood Baptist Church’s Summer Hummer Children’s program last summer worked hard to raise funds so that the Isnag children in our village could have a place to play and have PE on rainy days. In January, we had a plan, but were still looking at an empty lot behind the school. […]
Johnny and Orpha Macad are fellow Northern Luzon Missionaries with New Tribes Mission. They have planted a church among the Kalinga tribe and are now working on a second church plant in a different province. The Macads asked me to speak at their Kalinga youth conference this year and I was glad to accept because […]
We often talk about Bible teaching, discipleship, and translation, but missionaries also serve their communities by doing community development projects to show love to the people they have come to serve by helping them improve in some physical or economic way. Last summer the children attending Westwood Baptist Church’s “Summer Hummer” decided to generously donate […]
Praise God that our partners, Robbie and Vicky, were able to get into our village and minister there for several weeks. While they were there they were able to accomplish all kinds of good things which blessed the Isnag people. Praise God that the Isnag are having a good rice harvest this year. They have […]
I am thanking God that my dream is becoming a reality. Most of the funding needed for the Robinson R-44 helicopter has been given and the helicopter is in a shipping container and on its way.
Bob Hall and Brian Graham Someone recently said, “Don’t feel sorry for missionaries. They really have a lot of good friends.” I can’t argue with that. Here are two of my friends that I really enjoy being around: Bob Hall, a carpenter, and Brian Graham, our pilot. A little over a week ago I set […]