• Update


    It’s been some time since I posted on this blog. Honestly, I’ve had many other priorities in life that have kept me extraordinarily busy. I even posted on Facebook back in (I think it was) January of this year that I’d shortly have an update. Unfortunately, life got in the way and I wasn’t able… Read more

  • Are the Risks Worth It?

    Are the Risks Worth It?

    One of the most challenging aspects of being a Christ follower is engaging with others. There are times when I would rather find a rock and hide under it or join a monastery. It certainly seems easier. We all come to Jesus with a lot of junk. It’s always a junk of the sin variety.… Read more

  • VBS Day Three

    VBS Day Three

    It’s the end of day three and tomorrow is our last day of the Vacation Bible School for the children. We will miss them and I’m sure they will miss us after spending a week with them. The turnout was not as much as we had last year because many of the children had their… Read more

  • The First Meal

    The First Meal

    Our first meal in Tecate was amazing. It was one of my favorites, Sopa de Pollo – Chicken soup. I expected nothing less from El Sazon de Abuelos. The wait staff and cooks (all of the team) there do such an outstanding job of serving. Their attention to detail and service is at such a… Read more

  • Onward to Tecate

    Onward to Tecate

    The past week was a whirlwind building up to today as I transitioned and wrapped up things at work. Still, there is an uneasy feeling inside that I needed to do more to prepare. This year our mission team will be leading a Vacation Bible School for a small church plant in a town near… Read more

  • And the Evening and the Morning were the First Day

    And the Evening and the Morning were the First Day

    Before there is a message to go out, there needs to be a place ready to receive that message. Yesterday we visited a church that is young, but growing and reaching others with the Good News. We are here this week to work with the kids and help them with a Bible School. The message… Read more