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Stairs, Walking, and More Stairs

Learning more than Spanish April was a CRAZY month! I started language school in Puebla, Mexico at the very end of March and was there for three weeks. While learning Spanish, the school also encouraged us to learn more about the culture. So I went on every school sponsored excursion (all in Spanish of course) […]

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Full of Surprises

Full of Surprises Well, if you follow me on Facebook, you know that I have been a little busy. Headed to Mexico In January, I was told by Camino Global, my missions agency, that I could begin the release to the field process. In short, I have been going around like a crazy person making […]

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June News

Worship the True God… This has been a busy month.. New Name for CAM CAM International now has a new name…Camino Global. Click here to see the full story about the change.   Quick Trip to Hico, TX My sweet friend Linda Sterne has recently moved to Hico, TX and invited me to check out […]

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Another Water Tower

There are so many lessons that could revolve around the water tower concept. The obvious being a source of life sustaining water…and relating that to Christ’s eternal living water. Well, in Ixtapaluca near the Jesús María community center, this water tower is also used as a tool to share the Gospel of Christ’s living water. […]

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Why Missions? Why Mexico?

As an answer to many of the questions and so that you can share with others about my ministry, I put together this video. Please share it with others so I can build a solid team as I prepare to leave for the field. (That’s me on the ladder, helping with the mural) CAM International […]

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Asking for Help?

Learning Dependence

I am a very independent person. I enjoy accomplishing things that depend on “me” to finish. But, like it or not…I am in the process of raising support for my work in Mexico. In my very “self-reliant” brain, it is never fun being in the position of asking people for help. But in the past […]

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