Molly’s Encounter

Curious what is like to do a Discipleship Encounter? Molly is currently in the middle of her encounter and she shares a little about what it is like.

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Isenick Baptism


On November 11th, (11/11/11) Evan had the honor of baptizing two of the boys that he and April had been ministering to throughout the year.  For the previous few weeks Evan and April had been talking to Pablo (pictured) and Gus (not pictured) about the reasons for baptism and had been asking the boys to pray to […]

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15,000 Gallons!!

Mission Encounters runs a drinking water program from their clinic.  On most days if you walk along the main road you can see Horman dispensing water from the desalination water purifier on the front porch of the clinic.  On an average week, Horman dispenses 250 gallons of water, on hot summer weeks, that number can […]

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Life as a teenager

April and I have spend a lot of our time on the island ministering to a group of boys. Four of them were able to visit our new place last night. They rode their bikes 3 hours to get there. (Our truck is in the shop, they wanted to see us so bad and got […]

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Ava's Party and Whites Eat First

So today was Ava’s birthday party. We had previously invited our island boy friends to come. Since they live on the other side of the island, I told them that I would pick them up. I had no idea how many would come, one boy called and asked if he could bring a friend. On […]

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Missionary Math

I have always loved Math and was one of the few people who enjoyed taking calculus.  Math is such a beautiful language and such a perfect way to express so many things.  Sadly in my profession, there hasnt been much need for integrals and equations.  As a pastor running a church, I definitely did lots […]

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Time and Effort

I have always been a fan a speed.  When I lived in the states my internet connection was 3Mbps.  Here is at best 100k.  Going from 3,000k to 100k was somewhat of a jump, but not a problem.  But it represents so much.  I used to be the king of Amazon.  I sold products on […]

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Last Week in the States

April and I are on our final week here in the states.  It seems like everything we do is a last.  Yesterday was my last staff meeting with Ocean Hills.  Yesterday was the last time I will have lunch at Quiznos.  Today is my last day in the office.  Yet even with all the goodbyes […]

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Becoming a Missionary

The day we left the states, a strange feeling came over me that I was not prepared for.  I have always kept my keys in my wallet, instead of club cards, gift cards with $5 balances, and a Justice League of America member card, I just used the slots for my house, work, and car […]

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Team Steam training

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