The long drive was definitely worth it! Here are some of the highlights: Praising the Lord that so many of the FEW team (our family, the Wilkes, and the Neelys) were able to get the necessary passports and adjust work schedules to be able to go. Working together with the Frazers, being on their farm, […]
What hath God wrought? These are posts describing what God has done and is doing in our family in the way of ministry to others.
The decision has been made. Last week it was officially announced that IBLP will be relocating its headquarters from Chicago to Big Sandy, Texas. The trends over the last 15 years have shown that the ministry has more properties than it currently needs, and after much prayer and consideration it was decided that it would be […]
“It is written, My house shall be called the house of prayer.” – Matthew 21:13 I am so grateful to work at a ministry where prayer is integrated into our everyday work lives. Who would imagine allowing their employees to pray during work hours? Yet hasn’t it been said that prayer is the greater work? Last Thursday we gathered together to lift up […]
Join in for the Semi Finals on Friday and the Finals on Saturday via live webcast. From wherever we may be, this is one event that is an honor to pray for, enjoy and tell others about.
Have you ever wished to see a miracle? Well, normally it starts as a problem. We had arrived at the Fuhrmann family farm right on time. Friday evening the Discipleship Encouragement Weekend sessions went well. Then Saturday dawned bright and promising. Unbeknownst to us, five weeks earlier, a very valuable steer had escaped the family […]
I can’t believe the entire week has passed and the prison Journey to the Heart is over! After working with 9 inmates from Monday to Sunday last week, I thought I would share a few snippets from an e-mail I wrote the family on Thursday: “It’s impossible to explain what its like here on this […]
Liberty is effected from the inside out. Praise the Lord for independence from sin and self! All fifty-one of us entered the Independence Day Parade with deep excitement and a readiness to give. The Good News of Jesus Christ, like the good seed, can be met with any number of responses. We were not disappointed. […]
Having brought the CEF Calendar project to a close on Wednesday, I was scheduled to fly on Thursday from St. Louis to Charlotte to attend the Stelzl Business Workshop. No big deal, right? It was fairly early in the week when I first heard about the serious snow and ice storm that would be coming […]
Last Wednesday, I traveled out to the Child Evangelism Fellowship International Headquarters in Warrenton, Missouri, to commence work on the 2014 CEF Calendar! It’s a new place with new faces, but I already feel like it’s the great beginning of a great project. I’ve been designing calendars for CEF for three consecutive years now, and […]
It happens that on his way through a chapter of Ecclesiastes, James is engrafting the famous verse: “Better is the end of a thing than the beginning thereof …” (Ecclesiastes 7:8a). Here in Korea, the past two months have been very profitable and all of us on the team appreciate your prayers very much. A […]