Wrap Up: Mission Trip Excerpt

February 16, 2009

Last Day

(Reynosa, Mexico – June, 2007)Reynosa,Mexico 2006 Gateway Mission Team

Allow me to offer a few global accomplishments for this mission trip. As I said, the biggest thing to happen was the growth of each one of us. We came to help change the lives of the Mexicans there, but God wanted to perform deeper work in each of our lives. The profundity of the changes were remarkable. God removed habits that had bound people and restored relationships to His right and perfect standing. Smoking, drinking, drug habits, sex out of wedlock – gone. Marriages healed. Old wounds healed. New character built. We are different people then when we went left.

Our impact on Mexico: many people made very strong connections with the little girls and they felt loved. A couple random people met on prayer walks came either to, or closer to Christ. It was interesting to see how God put a uniquely qualified person in exactly the right place to meet exactly the right person to transform both lives. One man was trying to escape the drug life and had been tracked down by his old friends, and Glen helped him to find safe passage. Read the rest of this entry »

What does Jesus teach about living our Calling & Stewardship?

January 9, 2009

Focus at Kingdom Calling is on Calling and Stewardship.  We guide, teach, nudge, push and cheerlead you into being the fullest expression of who God created you to be, living the life He calls you to, and managing everything He’s given you to the fulfillment of Heaven on Earth in your life.

Praying about what to share in this blog, we believe the Lord is leading us to create the ultimate bible study on Calling and Stewardship.  The only problem is that that job is far bigger than just us.  Which is where you come in.  We need your help.

We’ve been studying these things for some time and as we read the scriptures, Holy Spirit again and again reveals truths involving these subjects.  We fully expect that He will reveal more of these over the coming year.

However… Read the rest of this entry »