Elina, my PNG friend who has helped me with my house for almost 5 years, says, “Olgeta taim mi kam insait, taim i sa kamap bos bilong mi.” It means, “when I come inside (meaning the center where I live) time becomes my boss.” It’s so interesting that in our Western mindset, time is our […]
Continued reflections on Missionary/Member Care as the role of the Church . . . if you didn’t read my last newsletter, the opening thoughts are here. When your church sends missionaries you’re sending them into a spiritual battle and they need you to be in the background cheering them on and praying for them. They need affirmation when […]
While I was home, I had the opportunity to do a video interview for my church about my ministry and why missionary care is important. So I sat down to reflect . . . I was reminded of the incident that really grabbed ahold of me as far as the need for Missionary Care. I was […]
God has given me a passion to see churches engage in the Great Commission by sending and supporting missionaries well. I am currently serving in Papua New Guinea to play a role in seeing that happen by facilitating communication between missionaries and their sending churches and supporters. All believers have a role in God’s global mission. I hope to mobilize the Church in encouraging and praying for the work of those on the front lines. Not only will missionaries be ...