An outreach journal is a collection of memories, stories, experiences and adventures. They're a place to jot down details of places you've been, people you met, discoveries you've made, and the miraculous ways that God used you and your team to minister to others. Why Keep an outreach Journal? To Remember Outreach: where more transformation happens in eight to
VICENTE GUERRERO, MX: Materials for our building projects have to be guarded overnight. This could be a boring, uneventful job, but not for one guard this week. Asher had the opportunity to get to know this man who was guarding the lumber that was waiting to be made into a classroom for 9th grade students.
Women coming out of rehab need opportunities, second chances and the hope of Jesus. Run by a visionary couple, still rocking it in their 60’s, New Beginnings Women’s Association provides just that. Dorothy, originally from Alaska, and her Mexican husband Eduardo have a huge heart for giving women a way out of the vicious cycle of prostitution,
TEHAMA, CA: Last week we joined the Assembly of God in Tehama for a local outreach. We helped the church by leading services and blessed the community by visiting door to door. On Sunday, some friends led worship and some shared their testimonies. Theresa shared a message called 'Truth Box' which is about the truth of God
This awesome team has just finished 11 weeks of lecture phase and tomorrow heads out for a week of Stateside outreach followed by 9 weeks in South Africa and Lesotho. We represent 4 different nations and every one of us is a world changer when we partner with God.
A few months ago, when I was asking God where to reach out locally, a friend shared a simple statement with me: "A college campus is one of the most unreached places in the world." He said it so simply and matter of factly, that I remember a light bulb going off! Since then, all I
What does it mean to have a relationship with God? Coming to DTS I was unaware of how empty my relationship with God was. I had grown up in a Christian environment – Christian family, Christian school and Christian friends – and I had always considered myself a Christian. I had heard the sermons and
Kunming is our second stop on this outreach. This is a bigger and newer city, but the traditions are just as deep as Nanning. Papa is ever-present here as always. We have the opportunity to visit elementary schools and share Papa's love with the children. It is so rewarding to see the laughter bubble up
We had to adjust to the food, culture, and time difference, which could be viewed as a hurdle, but the team has taken the challenge in stride. The bus system, being as stressful as any form of transportation, provided us with many opportunities to share papa with the locals. Weather it be through a simple smile and
One of the most enjoyable things we eat almost every day is a bread called Naan. Baked daily in outside ovens, it comes out soft and chewy. There are all sorts of shapes and sizes available. A daily dose of naan makes the meals that much more enjoyable. We have experienced so many delicious foods in