From Mazatlán to Las Moras When last we wrote, the exciting news we had to share (about Nahuatl baptisms!) was penned from Spokane, WA. Since that time, we’ve been on the move! Our road has led from Spokane to Kansas City, to El Paso and the familiarity of Chihuahua City, and now we find ourselves […]
Concerning Baptism The concept of water baptism is not a natural fit within Nahuatl culture. Rainy season flooding can transform oft-placid (or dry!) creeks into treacherous, surging rivers – making crossings dangerous. Rumors circulate of large and malevolent snakes, said to live below the water’s surface. Furthermore, animistic fears come into play as well – […]
The final week of house construction was – in a word – grueling. For Don and I, it was the ‘leave everything on the field’ moment… a final push to wrap up three months of hard work, long days, cot-and-tent sleeping, missing family, unbelievable logistics, and a relentless deadline imposed by the coming rainy season. […]
“My ambition has always been to preach the Good News where the name of Christ has never been heard, rather than where a church has already been started by someone else. I have been following the plan spoken of in the Scriptures, where it says, ‘Those who have never been told about Him will see, and those who have never heard of Him will understand.’ ” (Romans 15:20-21, NLT)
Jordan and Amy desire that every person in the world be ...