Micah and Luke - MISSIONS.

One blessing of modern technology is being able to see your children
when they are serving in another country. πŸ™ŒπŸΌπŸ’™
The team hit the ground running after landing on Mexican soil.

The new soccer ministry has been a success! Our team invites other teams and/or groups of kids to compete on the field, and then presents the Gospel after the final whistle blows. (Our team won a game which earned them respect in the community. YES!)

The guys on the team were asked to pour a concrete floor - and clearly had fun doing so!
(Manual labor IS satisfying and a worthy way to spend time!)

Open-air preaching and a powerful skit about the Gospel message take place in the middle of the town square. And people watch and listen - with interest! 

How thankful we are that our sons have an opportunity to serve people and minister to the people of God in another country. 
Performing skits, playing with children, serving food at a shelter, mixing cement, leading Bible studies, offering a helping hand, praying with someone, giving a hug ... there are so many ways we can serve those around us. And so many ways we SHOULD.

Do not withhold good from those to whom it is due, when it is in your power to act.”
Proverbs 3:27 

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