In the past we ran a series on Getting To Know Our Missionaries and in those posts missionaries shared many different aspects about their lives with us. One of those things was how we as senders, supporters and prayers can be an encouragement to them. I have decided to compile the full list of those … More 8 Ways You Can Be An Encouragement – As Shared By Our Missionaries
Sally Selfors, who spent 43 years as a missionary with her husband Arnie once told me: “A heart with Christ is a missionary, and a heart without Christ is a mission field”. These words impacted my life. I believe that every Christian is a missionary because we have a mission. I am not a missionary … More Why Does Our World Need Missionaries?
What is the definition of “legacy”? According to Merriam-Webster, it is “something that happened in the past or that comes from someone in the past” or “something transmitted by or received from an ancestor or predecessor or from the past”…simple enough. The missionaries pictured in this post served most of their terms on the field … More Leaving a Legacy
I opened up my e-mail a couple days ago and found this special story from Barbara Trumbower who is a GMI missionary in Puerto Rico. She sent this to me in large part to be posted on the blog to gather your prayers for this event that will take place and the preparation for it. … More Box Talk
This is our last post in this series of “Getting to Know Our GMI Missionaries” and this week’s featured missionary is Mary Sue Reed. She has been serving in Bolivia with her family since 2006. In January of 2006, Dan and Mary Sue and their three children—Taylor, Trevor, and Tasha—arrived in Cochabamba, Bolivia, a city … More Getting to Know Our GMI Missionaries: Mary Sue Reed, Bolivia