Last month I was in the Middle East and was surprised by the many Muslims who decided that they wanted become followers of Jesus, inspired by the witness of His children in this part of the world.
Since joining International Ministries in 1999, I’ve felt especially blessed to work with such a gifted group of people. Over the years, I have continued to look at my colleagues with a sense of awe, and have remained so grateful that I’ve had the chance to get to know folks who are just plain amazing.
We have posted a journal of the India Mission Summit and a related three minutes video in the International Ministries website.
International Ministries has been a close partner of the Amity Foundation since its establishment in 1985. IM has supported Amity’s relief and development projects, including the English teachers’ program that assists the training of Chinese English teachers as well as promoting mutual understanding and friendship of China and the U.S.
After our family came into 2015, we saw a bit of a change for our ministry here in Chiang Rai.
As we celebrate Black History Month, I have been struck by the thought of what it means to make history. I don’t believe that many of the civil rights leaders that we celebrate today set out with the intention of having their names in books or being celebrated every February; they merely saw wrongs that needed to be rectified.