Answering the Question

Asking Questions

Have you been wanting to be more of a part of what God is doing around the world in the coming year? Have you been asking Him to show you where to begin?

Do you want to have a direct hand in empowering people’s relationships with God, equipping them to become all He’s designed them to become and training them to do the same for those around them?

Do you want to see communities around the world tangibly impacted with the love of Christ through these individuals? 

If you’ve answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, then you are reading this for a reason.

There are people around the world who have been and currently are asking these questions. There are people around the world who sense God’s prompting to be investing in His purposes. There is also a ministry that God is using to answer those questions for many of those people. Click here to find out what it is.

Click here if you believe you’re here on this page for a reason and want to find out why.



Never Late for a Divine Appointment

It was a cold Colorado afternoon as we rolled our way down the terminal to catch our flight. One toddler, one baby, 4 carry-on’s, one stroller, one car seat, 2 wide-eyed parents and lunch. We were excitedly on our way to our mission agency’s 2-week training with high expectations and yet not knowing what to expect at the same time. As I plopped our circus down by the window, I thought of all that the Lord must have in store for us in North Carolina, if we could just get there. I knew my loving heavenly Father had called us to this life of missions and would be there waiting as we took our first steps towards it.

Ellyana and I finished our lunch together and watched the planes take off. Just then a man sat right next to her. I thought this a little strange since we were on the back side of the seating area and there were other seats available. But he looked unassuming enough so my Mom flag lowered itself and went back into hibernate mode. Cue Enjolie crying. As I settled her back down & tended to Elly, the man smiled and said, “Got your hands full, huh?” I smiled in return and said, “Yep, always.” Unbeknownst to me, a door was cracked open. For the next 45 mins while we waited for our respective flights, this man, who was a local pastor flying to Europe to plant churches, shared words of encouragement and insight into the world of missions. My spirit felt greatly lifted and I realized that my heavenly Father wasn’t about to wait until North Carolina to let us know He was right there.

He had lovingly scheduled this divine appointment for me, knowing exactly what I needed. And even though it wasn’t on my agenda, He made sure I wasn’t late for it.