What We’re Learning

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 [...]
Our Church in Germany (Week 6)
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!
Reach the Unreached in Europe
Europe isn’t one of the first places you think of for international missions; indeed, even for many missions-minded people and churches, Europe isn’t even [...]
The German Turks
In the last part of 2012 we attended Perspectives, a college-level class about the God’s missionary heart for the world.  This was an incredible [...]
What I Learned at the Mobile Ministry Forum
I’m on my final leg of my trip home and I’m somewhere over Texas looking at a crimson Texas-earth-inspired sunset. I’ve spent the last five [...]
“Church Planting Movements” by David Garrison
Below is a chapter out of our Perspectives text book that really meant a lot to Carrie and me.  GEM is seeking the Lord for ways to replicate the work [...]