By now, I imagine many of you have heard New Tribes Mission has changed names. (If not, it would be understandable if you were confused by the new logo on this blog post!) We now operate as Ethnos360 – the same organization, but with a new label.
When ‘foundations’ come up in conversation with a New Tribes missionary, often the subject is an evangelism tool by Trevor McIlwain called Building on Firm Foundations. One of NTM’s primary church-planting methods is chronological Bible teaching – introducing people to their Creator in the Old Testament, and building a foundation for understanding Jesus’ death and […]
Greetings from Chihuahua, Mexico – where winter can’t decide if it’s coming or going, yet time keeps on rolling along!
Merry Christmas from the Husbands – all six of us! We are grateful for another year of following Jesus, upheld by His grace and walking by His strength. 2016 has brought real challenges, yet in each God has revealed His faithfulness anew! Click here to read our Christmas newsletter! As always, type [Ctrl] and [S] […]
In late August, my friend Sergio and I rode 17 hours on an overnight bus trip. After three more hours on a second bus line we spent the night with a UIM pilot, then flew to our destination in a small mission aircraft. Around 42 hours after leaving Chihuahua we finally arrived in Las Moras: […]
Discouraged, I took my keys back from the salesman and walked outside. I had come to this Chevy dealership with one purpose: selling our struggling Uplander minivan during my weekend in El Paso, so I would not return to Mexico with a defunct vehicle registered to my Mexican resident’s visa. If the minivan broke down […]
AMY: Sitting in our first Spanish language classes almost two years ago, I was very pregnant with Joel. It was so exciting to be in Mexico, beginning to catch bits of the language and expecting our third child! Little did I know that less than eighteen months later I would be pregnant once more and […]
Over the past few months, our family has prayerfully considered where God would have us go after Chihuahua. We have examined the options before us, sought counsel from incredible brothers and sisters in Christ, and ultimately waited on God to make this clear in His timing. All this taught us much about trusting our loving […]
Our recent visits to the Nahuatl and Tepehuan church plants were primarily intended to help us understand what it would look like to join one of those teams. But we had other goals as well! One of these was to practically assist each team – in some way, however small – with making Christ known […]