When Barnabas and Paul returned from their missionary journey (Acts 13–14) to their sending church in Antioch, they reported on how their sharing of the Good News went.
In the past quarter, we are thankful for organizing some activities during Mid-Autumn Festival and National Week.
We hope this finds you well and rejoicing in Jesus. Here’s a quick update of what’s happening here at Mbingo Baptist Hospital.
Today, as I sit writing this letter in the MEK Hungary office in Hatvan, it is All Saints Day, a holiday here in Hungary. On this day, many Hungarians visit the graves of their family ancestors.
Brandon once wrote a book about baptism called Waters of Promise, and in it he recalled all the things water can do, including how it can cleanse, refresh, drown, and sometimes even overwhelm.
In September, we took a team from a Christ-centered recovery ministry called Most Excellent Way to Argentina and Brazil.
It is fall, which means school year ministries have begun! There was a little break between summer camp ministry and fall kickoff, but not much.
If you have ever watched a master craftsman at work, you’d quickly identify the rhythm and beauty of their movements.
These last 2 and a half months were probably some of the hardest months, and yet months of many blessings in ministry. We have been in a lockdown of roads and market for most of them.
We’ve been constantly amazed at the “new things” that God has been doing in our midst during these last few months. Our jaws have been literally dropping.