Today I led a team from YWAM Korea into a refugee camp for what I like to call “cultural exchange”. We have built up enough trust now to have blanket permission to enter this camp whenever we want with whomever we want so we go and just see who God brings us to on any […]Read More Refugee House visits
If you don’t know where to go to either start supporting our work monthly or to partner with us via a one-time gift, click on the give now image. We could not do anything without our supporters. We are very appreciative of any gift that is given. Everyone who gives through this link will […]Read More How to Support Us
Jesus loves refugees. We don’t need to contextualize the Scriptures to see this. It is written in black and white, from beginning to end. And while He loves all refugees, He has something special for His elect refugees. K, a refugee, met Jesus when a short-term team came through. Hailing from a predominantly Muslim country, […]Read More Elect Refugees (Eklektois Parepidemois)
The ingredients finally all assembled in my kitchen, I double checked the recipe for Grandma’s cinnamon rolls. New-to-me type of yeast, German butter, flour, zimt (I think my brain has erased the English word ‘cinnamon’ and permanently overlayed it with this German vocabulary word), salt, milk, and Zuckerrübensirup in place of dark Karo syrup. It’s an adventure […]Read More An Update from the Mrs.
As a White American Christian, my level of privilege places me in a bubble where it is easy to get along. And how do I get along so well in this world while others suffer? The easy answer has always been “I am lucky”. And while that may be true in a sense, it doesn’t […]Read More My Privilege
How good and faithful it is, for brethren to share together This week has brought a wonderful reuniting with Ron Somers from our original missionary training time (Discipleship Training School) in Kona, Hawaii and our outreach to India and Israel. It has also been a joy to meet his son-in-law, and leader of YWAM Ireland, […]Read More Faith in Conflict
My friend “M’ is from all over the Middle East. He doesn’t fit most stereotypes. He is a Muslim, but he hates Islam. He goes to a Christian church but doesn’t want to be identified as a Christian. He is outgoing and speaks to several different missionaries. He is unlike anyone I have ever met. […]Read More Methods and Tribes