In July a team of three had planned to provide training for 40 children’s workers in the Western Ugandan city of Kisoro.  However, the trip was postponed due to Joe Cox’s sudden attack of diverticulitis.   Tentatively, we are planning to return to do introductory Model Children’s Worker seminars in Kisoro and also in Kampala (the capital city) in November of 2012.  We have had the privilege of hosting two key Ugandan Christian leaders in our home.  Both visits were very helpful in gaining a greater understanding of the needs of the country and in creating appropriate strategies for establishing a national EGM ministry there.   Due to the conflict in Eastern Congo, we changed our July plans to visit Goma and Kinshasa.  However, in early August, we received an exciting report from the team in Goma, DRC.  In the three month period preceding the report, they had followed up with 3 churches to do evaluations of Sunday...
Peru remains one of the most economically challenged countries in Latin America. Lima has a large population of street children. Churches in the rural areas remain sorely under resourced.
Certain regions of the world capture our hearts through their natural beauty and breathtaking landscape. Others are filled with history and glorious architecture of empires gone by. East Africa is a region that has captured hearts through the heartbreaking need among boys and girls for a new life in Jesus Christ. …
Mexico is the gateway to the Spanish speaking countries of Latin America. With a population of over 100 million and rapidly growing evangelical church,
Started in the teeth of difficulties, this ministry remains a beacon of hope for the children of Belarus. In light of the current conditions in Belarus, further information on our ministry is not publically...