Archive for 'Missions'
Posted on 06. Apr, 2010 by April.
Last Easter, we were blogging about receiving our visas, packing up our stuff for storage, reading books about Thailand, and saying goodbyes to our family. And now we are already on the other side of our year in Thailand. It’s amazing how quickly the time has gone!
Now we’re busy making preparations for our return to the States: packing again, getting rid of household stuff, figuring out insurance stuff, job hunting, saying goodbyes, etc. But besides all those details, we’re also trying to get mentally prepared for the transition home…
Posted on 02. Apr, 2010 by April.
“Paint eggs?” Yes. “Can you eat them?” Yup! “How do you paint them?” With food coloring. “Why do you color the eggs?” Um… to make them look pretty? Well, it’s been a tradition for a long time. Eggs symbolize new life, so people used to decorate them to give them as gifts. “Do you only do it during this month?” We do it to prepare for Easter. “Where did you come up with this idea?”
Posted on 10. Feb, 2010 by Jason.
So the other week, I had the privilege of being part of a Church Dedication in Burma. Guy’s, it’s so awesome to see how the Gospel is spreading there! I can’t give you lots of details here, but I can show you some of what I saw. For more details…
Posted on 04. Feb, 2010 by Jason.
One day at English Clinic, Wa, an enthusiastic new believer who was baptized earlier this year, brought a friend with her. Nook is pretty quiet, but very friendly and always has a big smile for us. Because she had time off from school, Nook hung out with Wa for a couple weeks, and after a church worship night chose to become a Christian…
Posted on 21. Jan, 2010 by April.
Here are answers to some more questions:
What would you say the greatest fruits of your ministry there have been?
Do you have a sense for how God is growing His church in Thailand? Is the Spirit moving more in certain people groups, age groups, or geographical areas of the country?