Two young kids. Two young parents. Take a good look into their eyes in the picture below. Their eyes were the first eyes that mine locked in with when I arrived at the border. They had just spent their last day at the nearby detention center and finally were on their way to their sponsor family in another location in the US. They are here because they had no other choice. A criminal gang had taken over their land in Mexico. If they stayed, they would be killed. As many of them said, “”We would rather die on the journey trying, then go back and definitely die.” … More A Day at the Border
Over the years I have been giving more and more concerned thought to a number of issues within the American Church world specifically. There has been growing alarm in many circles (even many pastors/people in the Church community and leaders that I have personally spoken too in the non-profit world) over issue’s like the reality … More First Love: He is After Our Hearts
World missions is not just the calling of some Christians; it is the responsibility and calling of all. … More Why World Missions?