If you have worked with us in the past few months you have probably met Jonathan. Jonathan does odd jobs for us in order to make money for necessities for his family. In November he worked extra days to buy his family members a gift from him. We took him to Wal Mart (his … More Jonathan’s Christmas!
Often people will ask us about needs for our ministry. We have not done an adequate job in letting people know how they can help us minister in certain areas. However, we have made a short Christmas wish list for SLAM. All financial gifts are tax-deductible! Bounce House & Cotton Candy Machine–Cost: $1000.00. Purpose: … More Christmas List!
We had the opportunity to visit some precious friends this past weekend. Decker and Martha Terry have been extremely kind to us and our ministry this past year. My parents have always spoken kind words about them so we were excited to spend some time with them. They are supporters of SLAM and GRACE, and … More December 18th
We had an uneventful day of traveling as we arrived in Grand Bay at 11:00 p.m. Saturday night. The Guatemala government requires us to leave the country every 180 days so we are using the time to spend Christmas with family. We will spend the month of January traveling to a few churches and sharing … More Sweet Home Alabama!
This week of ministering to the people of Guatemala has been dedicated to the memory of sweet Carla Felps Kyser. If you are a part of Friendship Baptist then you have heard my dad say, “You preach your funeral everyday of your life.” Last January, we celebrated Carla’s life, but Carla had already preached her … More Carla’s Christmas
We have had a productive week as we finished the 6 week courses of our three English and computer classes. The students from the church enjoyed popcorn and dipping thier oreos in white chocolate and sprinkles. The students from the school were ecstatic to watch a movie with the computer and projector. The students from … More December 2nd