Sometimes the Lord Works Fast!
Posted by The Henderson Family / Mexico - General Cepeda, Our Blog
We are walking through the streets of our new home in General Cepeda, Mexico and feeling the Lord calling us to minister to the young men here. This is a need because in general, there are a lot of single mother households and not a strong presence of Christlike fatherhood, so boys start working as early as possible and don't...
25 Feb 2016
A New Roof for a VERY Poor Family
Posted by The Carmody Family / Our Blog, Peru Mission
Currently, it is the "rainy season". We were aware of this thing called "the rainy season" before we arrived, but didn't really know what that meant. Now, we know. It rains every day. Sometimes for only an hour, other times all day. In addition, it rains really hard almost every night. A couple weeks ago we experienced a severe storm...
18 Feb 2016
The Lent Project
Posted by FMC Missionary / Our Blog
If you're Catholic (and think that matters), the question of the week, and maybe of the past month is "What am I giving up for Lent?" Of course the discussion of this question is complicated by the fact that it's easy to get caught up in either spiritual pride, or comparison, or hopelessness. “You're giving up sweets? Commonplace. I'M praying...
11 Feb 2016
Posted by Kayla Cservek / Our Blog, Philippines - Camiguin
Maayong buntag! Good morning! I have officially been in the Philippines for a week now! After four planes, countless time zone changes, and a trip over the International Dateline, my mission partner (Cassie) and I set foot on Camiguin Island. It is incredibly beautiful here. The water ranges from a deep blue to a light green, with all shades in...
04 Feb 2016