Servants of Moria
The room is dark. The only light is filtering in through shuttered windows, shielding against the harsh afternoon sun. By some standards, you would [...]
Lines. Being a fan of amusement parks, I’ve been in some long lines. Once, I waited three hours for a 45 second ride. The 3,200 inmates/refugees we served [...]
My First Hour in Moria
I was assigned to Family Services: Level 1, in the center of Moria Prison on the Greek Island of Lesvos, about two miles from Turkey. At least it was a [...]
Refugee for a Day
It is a bit eerie looking out and seeing Turkey so close. I’ve heard second-hand stories about what is happening over there and they’re simply [...]
Netherlands Trip Update
Thank you so much for praying for my first trip to The Netherlands. I say first, because I’m already scheduled to go back for another conference in April! [...]
The Netherlands’ Significance
On New Year’s Eve day in 1987, I was a freshman in high school and I was growing and maturing in my walk with Jesus. God had put it in my heart by then [...]
2014 Year End Update
Here’s the email we just sent out. Hope you had a great Christmas and have a Happy New Year!
How do I know if I’m called to missions?
The following is from a blog I read occasionally. We often hear people use some funny terminology when they talk about missions. It’s not uncommon to hear [...]

Click to start the video above to listen to a pre-release edition of a radio broadcast that will be aired next month.

  • When? — Friday, February 22 at 4:30PM
  • What Station? — KWVE 107.9 FM in Orange County, California, or stream it live here.


Our Radio Interview
Digging Ditches
Turn in your Bibles with me to 2 Kings, chapter 3. (Don’t you just love to hear the thumbing of smartphone screens?) In this chapter we find that the [...]