Everything will change. A Ministry of WorldVenture.
When I returned home from PDX training last night, the one thing I craved above anything else was bologna. So, what did I do? I made myself a sandwich, of course. But when a vegetarian, like myself, makes such an unexpected and irrational move, one is forced to think something along the lines of, “What in the world happened to me this past week??”
In a nutshell, TOO MUCH happened; from hours of extremely informal lectures that made our brains feel about ready to explode, to…Continue
Us four girls in Korhogo just finished a Bible study on joy. It was a really great reminder to always rejoice in the Lord and find joy in every day life. Even when things get hard or just less exciting than when I first arrived, it's so important to have joy! So I've been thinking a lot about all my favorite things here and trying to make sure I find joy even in the little things. Here's a list of my favorite things about life in Korhogo, Cote d'Ivoire.
- Frozen Tampico. It's…Continue
Added by Tricia Trout on May 7, 2012 at 3:40am — No Comments
is a matter of being with people more than doing things for people. Dr. James Maxey
But in missionary work the great danger is that God's call (John 20, 21) will be replaced by the needs of the people .
Jesus emphasizes in Luke 10: 17-20, that the great secret of joy is not success, but that you have the right relationship with ME.
The one and only purpose is to disciple men and women to Jesus.
Our worship and theology will always be on display in the way we treat…Continue
Added by Rod & Angelika Ragsdale on May 3, 2012 at 2:03am — No Comments