Category: Prayer

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Acceptance Interview

Hi friends!  So, once again it has been a while since I’ve updated you on my progress of pursuing a marriage, couple and family counseling degree but that does not mean nothing has been happening.  Since my last post in May, I have been working hard on the checklist of admission requirements.  I have had…


Rafa: Spirit of Murder

In my previous installment about casting out demons, I talked about a man who suddenly appeared in church at the end of my sermon on God’s Sovereignty and how the pastor and I delivered a man of some, but not all of his demons.  Click here to read the full story. At the end, we…


Where are we now?

Several months ago I shared a series of posts with all of you about the dream God has given me to return to school and study marriage and family counseling to help with the many needs here in Guatemala.  After that you haven’t heard anything for over 6 months.  So maybe you’ve been wondering…Did I…


Impromptu Mission Trip

Back in March, Missy and I were forced to move out of our house for about 5 days.  It was the result of a string of fires in Guatemala that hit us a bit closer to home than usual.  As we are in the tail end of the dry season here, there tends to be…


The Desert is Gone

One of the most intriguing bible verses that I have read to date is what Jesus says in John 14:12.  It challenges my faith to the core and makes me question if I truly believe: Truly, truly, I say to you, he who believes in Me, the works that I do, he will do also;…


Pray for Your Leaders!

*I’ll start this off by saying it is not a political opinion article nor is it a rant on the current political atmosphere.  I will encourage you, however, to contemplate what I’m about to say as something applicable to anyone placed in a leadership position over you, not just church.* The Apostle Paul wrote in…


Spiritual Healing Team Report

By now most of you know that every year I have been going to translate for a special team that comes down in November to pray in different mountainous areas of the country.  We’ve mentioned it in a few newsletters and even posted some blogs about them.  One thing we never really shared, however, is…