Category: Community

What is our Platform?

In China there are places called “English corners”. Hundreds of Chinese students studying English would visit this area with the intent of speaking only English. When my team visited on a mission’s trip we focused on this area as often as possible. English was something we knew well and it was something they wanted, giving …

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Secret Code Words

Have you ever thought about what it truly means to be a part of Gods family? In China, we are kinda forced to, in a good way. Because it is a closed nation, missionaries are not allowed to evangelize so we had to be extra careful with our mission, especially in the words we used …

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Chief of Fiji Meets Jesus

I have never been so humbled in my life as the day I met the chief Fiji. He heard about us ministering around the islands and invited a few of us over to his village to meet him. Our contacts knew this was a rare occasion so we made him a beautiful cake (a custom of …

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Would you punch someone to heal them?

  It was a leisurely day so couple of us decided to go out prayer walking around the streets of Fiji. After praying for a few people we passed by this one elderly man who was hunched over and holding his back. One of our team members spotted him and decided to go over and …

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The Foundation

  Today was spent doing my part laboring to lay a concrete foundation. It was unclear what it would be used for, but it seems as if the orphanage is at its capacity as is, so another room would be greatly beneficial. They asked for “fuerte” men, so of course I had to volunteer, little …

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Village Ministry

The dust didn’t bother me as it blew through our old grey 15-passenger-van. We were on our way to share food, clothing, and Jesus with the villages surrounding the orphanage. My team was packed in the van and every bump in the road sent us flying into each other like a carnival ride. I couldn’t …

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Hogar Para Ninos

In 1961, the Lord sent a Mexican Indian baby boy into the home of Chuck and Charla Pereau, a Los Angeles fireman and a housewife with four children. As their love for him grew, so did their compassion for the countless other homeless, orphaned and abandoned children who roamed the streets and mountains of Mexico. …

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