Equipping musicians for missionary service
Friday, December 14, 2018 1-615-477-3525

Europe

  • So, London. Wow, talk about blindly hitting the bulls eye! I had just been on a mission trip to Guatemala a few weeks before my London trip, seeking an education in evangelism but finding my compassion as a result. I really had no idea what God was going to do through me in the UK. I was expecting and prepared to lead worship but my thought was that God would probably have a lot more for me to do in London. I was right. 

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    I got to stay  in West London. I had to do most of my travelling within London on my own via the bus, which I loved. My first official London mission trip experience was Yout...

  • Our family has now been in Southall for 6 months. It seems like only yesterday that we were trying to find our way in this strange new world, fresh off the airplane and waiting for our shipping container to arrive. In that time we have been very blessed by the relationships we have developed with some very special people.

    One family, the Mahi family, has been especially important in our lives. This Asian family of Christians came from a Sikh background and has been involved with our church family here for several years. On the first full night we were here in Southall, they showed up and welco...

  • July 12, 2015 Location: Orange Walk, Belize

    What an awesome day! We were definitely blessed again today. If I had to attach a theme or a word to our day, it would be "unity". As usual, our day started out with a fantastic breakfast with Armando and his family at their small restaurant. They are such a great family and we have really enjoyed getting the opportunity to sit down and really get a chance to break some bread together. What a blessing it is to be able to sit around a table while sharing a tasty meal and just laugh and have really good biblical discussions. I think that I can speak fo...

  • One of the main pieces of gear we realized was needed by Fountain of Life Church was a snake for their sound system. For those who aren't familiar with the term, it's a nickname for the bundle of cables that allow the sound board to be far away from the stage--you plug the mics, instruments and speakers in a box at one end near the stage and a single thick cable "snakes" to the back of the room to the mixing board and allows the sound tech to have a better perception of what the congregation hears. The team brought a 100 ft snake with them to help in the worship experience of the church. A sim...