You don’t need airplanes to be a missionary. But when you do, it’s a lifeline for your ministry!
A one hour and forty minute flight saves them over twelve hours of traveling (on a good day) and avoids a lot of dangerous hazards along the way.
Pictured above: Adi plays with her friends in Africa after a fresh rain left puddles all over the taxiway. Jumping in puddles is a multi-national sport! Note from Josh: The good news is that we got all our paper newsletters out before we left for Zambia. The bad news is that I completely forgot to … Continue reading April 2021 Newsletter
I believe we shouldn’t sit on the couch all day and wait for God to change the world, but neither should we strive to change the world by our own efforts.
Pictured Above: Roscoe Village is a historic canal town located on the outskirts of Coshocton. Here fresh snowfall on Christmas decorations made me feel all nostalgic and happy so I thought I'd share it with you. Admission of Guilt: You may notice that this December 2020 newsletter is being posted in January. Yes, this newsletter … Continue reading December 2020 Newsletter
A few weeks ago I almost died in West Virginia. Don't get worried, I almost die every time I go hiking with my friends.
God Dreams Bigger Than We Dare to Hope What do these stories have in common? Joseph. Betrayed by his brothers and sold into slavery. Slaves can’t get anywhere in life. David. The youngest brother who had to tend the sheep because everyone else needed to be in an important meeting with the prophet. Important people don’t miss meetings. Esther. An … Continue reading August 2020 Newsletter
Sometimes I just shrug my shoulders and decide that I really don’t have to understand my children, just love them.