Anxiety. Depression. Other mental health issues. These are not new to those serving in God’s kingdom, as Elijah experienced. They also don’t make sense, and can peak at times when things are going well. These issues are also not new to our family. Christy has experienced them to varying degrees for many years. At this time we’re planning to return to the USA for a while to seek treatment for these things, and for some lingering physical health needs, as well. It might take
Dr. Gayle Woods, pastor in Cayman Brac, recently wrote about Easter activities: “Good Friday through Easter Monday are public holidays . . . It is the custom here to have a Good Friday service . . . Both churches gathered at the Spot Bay church where I preached a message I titled ‘Paid in Full’ . . . After the message I served communion to the participants. “That night we went to the Aston Rutty Civic center for the community Easter Cantata. I had been asked to give an invita
We are grateful to have received $6,600 for the Ukraine Crisis Fund (as of the end of April). Thank you for your giving! This offering is still open if you would like to participate. We received word from a man connected with the Bible college. He wrote, “Several ZBS families left Zaporizhzhia for Western Ukraine where it is quieter and safer, at least for now. A couple of the men sent their wives and children to Poland for safety. The other ZBS families remain in Zaporizhzhi
Bro. Kenrick O. Bukle, pastor in Tutu, St. Thomas, passed away on April 9, 2022. Bill Hayton, former missionary to the Eastern Caribbean and former Executive Secretary of World Missions, wrote of first meeting Pastor Bukle when he came to Kansas City College and Bible School in the 1960s. Once back in St. Thomas, Bro. Bukle served as pastor of the church and principal of the Academy as well. “There he served faithfully until his death,” Bro. Hayton wrote, “endearing himself t
Due to the generosity of many donors, we have been able to send over $48,000 toward the rebuilding of the church at Gauthier, Haiti, after it was destroyed in an earthquake last August. The congregation has been meeting in a temporary shelter, but will soon be meeting in their new, larger church building with walls strengthened in an effort to resist damage from future earthquakes. We are grateful for your prayers and faithful giving!