We’re coming up on three weeks here in Japan, and it’s really amazing all that we accomplished with God’s help. … Continue reading Getting Going
First Impressions on Japanese Life First of all, thank you to all who have been thinking about us and praying … Continue reading Moved to Japan
Twelve hours upriver from Santarém, on the clear waters of the Tapajós, is a most extraordinary place, unlike any other place I’ve ever been. Recently, fellow missionary John Eisenmann and I caught a line-boat to meet up with a team that was out starting a new work. What would ensue would be a very memorable experience.
We headed to our line boat Ana Carolina III at around 3 PM. It was set for departure on Wednesday, June 5 at 4 PM, and we had to secure our spot onboard. You claim your spot by hanging up your hammock and then promptly sitting in it, taking up as much space as possible. If you do not, you risk being crammed into a small area, hammocks hung all around you; hands, feet, and other body parts all too close for comfort. Another missionary, Pablo Fast, learned this the hard way when, on a line boat, a rather large woman hung her hammock above his and in the middle of the night it fell. Gravity took over and — well, let’s just say he had a “smashing” experience. Continue reading “Legacies of the Amazon”
A new day has dawned and exciting new things are happening in the world of missions at Project AmaZon. A … Continue reading A New Day
As hard as the transition to the mission-field was, it never prepared us for what we would go through after … Continue reading Our Video Testimony
In less than a month, the girls will turn 2 years old! It’s hard to imagine how fast they are … Continue reading In the Heat of the Moment
Two months of intense work have paid off as I just sent off our worship team’s first praise & worship … Continue reading The CD is Ready! Now Comes the Congresso!!