Equipping musicians for missionary service
Monday, June 24, 2019 1-615-477-3525

Europe

  • As I continue to meet missionaries, I am awed by the difficult situations that they must endure.  One recent meal involved a conversation with a family dealing with many difficulties.   As the husband/father discussed the challenges to him and his family with the difficult cross-cultural situation, I was struck by how “normal” they seemed as they enjoyed their meal.   They could have been any family on vacation if I didn’t know the back story about the difficulties of their posting and family.   And yet, I saw them later that night during worship singing with their hands held high . . .

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  • What a week, what a huge blessing! This week has been very powerful to me on multiple levels. I am so moved as a worship leader as I  humbly watch my efforts help facilitate a spirit movement in the missionaries that we are serving. They are extremely hungry for corporate worship and a chance to sing their heart music.  Songs that I might take for granted at home come alive here in a new way. It is very powerful to hear their voices raised in song and their hands raised in praise. I am blessed to have any part in this.

    I have also been very moved to see God move in our team. We are a group o...

  • On Friday, August 26th 2011, my family and I set out for a Vision Casting mission trip to London, England. Specifically to serve with the World Harvest team in Southall, or Little India, in southwest London. The reason for the trip was to ascertain the realities and possibilities of our family signing on for a long-term, 5 year assignment with World Harvest in that area. We learned a lot, made many new friends and had a wonderful time in one of the most exciting cities in the world.

  • In June, 2010, the World Music Mission sent a short-term team to serve with World Harvest Mission at their international convention in Eretria, Greece. The journey was made difficult due to a British Airways strike. An extra flight made the journey 36 hours and nearly all of their baggage did not arrive with them. One keyboard was even destroyed in transit. What did they do? They pulled out the acoutic guitars, borrowed a hand drum and all worshipped at full volume with 300 WHM missionaries!