Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow From Our Island Of Oasis!

It is so hard to believe that we are in our last week of staying on Drummond Island! Time has flown by so quickly! We have been so very blessed by this whole experience of trusting in God and His best because this was definitely a demonstration of His extravagant generosity! Scott got a job out in Spokane, Washington for a couple of days that might turn into something big so please be praying for us.

So many amazing things have been placed at our feet! We have been immersed in blessing after blessing from our Father who is the Giver of every good gift! So many wonderful, kind, fun people on this island have touched our hearts, but while being on this island, the thing that has become the most precious prize for us is our love for Him has been restored to where it needed to be. JESUS, the Author and Finisher of our faith, the object of our affection and attention, has been rightfully placed to being our first Love instead of the ministry or even us being on the mission!  We have been given this gift of staying in this beautiful cabin without any strings attached and without any hindrances. We can just BE. And not only just be, but be here with our Beautiful Lover and Savior in a perfect setting!!! This truly was a time of refreshment; literally an island of oasis for us.

 

Here is a final taste of what we experienced on the first quarter of our journey here on Drummond Island.

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We volunteered to be greeters at this beautiful house on a Home Show on the island! Because of this the Lord opened the opportunity for us to meet a lot of great people including the neighbors that invited us on their boat and for a motorcycle ride.

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We went on a ride with our neighbors that we met, Pat and Kathy! It was absolutely beautiful!

 

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They showed us some of the landmarks! This is Whitefish Bay.

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They also included us on their sunset cruise and we got to meet Mike and Johna.

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Some beautiful barns that we saw on our ride.

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Kim made Ray who works at the golf course and Pam the librarian, some fried rice. The Fried Rice ministry is one of our entry strategies. 🙂

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We met Kenny and Daniel who are about to embark on a 30 day “Prayer Walk” along the U.P. Daniel prayed a blessing over us and as he did he felt that God was using us to spread His Hope and he said like a dandelion we would have seeds spreading everywhere even if we couldn’t see it. He said that we would have a fruitful harvest. Praise Him!!!

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Scott is teaching on the 4 Fields.

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Ruth is practicing the Gospeling tool of 3 Circles and she did awesome!!

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Here Scott is sharing with Karin how to Oikos map.

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Now Karin is mapping out her Oikos. This is her cute puppy Aggie!

 

 

As we continue on this journey would you continue to pray for our close intimacy with the Lord? That it would not be set to the side for other “good” things but that we would be like Mary who chose the “better thing” which was to simply sit at Jesus’ feet. Pray for the seeds that have been planted here on Drummond that they would be nurtured and tended to and grow. Pray for a FRUITFUL harvest and that more laborers would be sent here and then be put on mission to go throughout and from this island.

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God blessed us with wild raspberries and apples fresh off of a tree! This is the kind of harvest we dream of that produces good fruit!

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Which one describes you? JOY or YOJ?

 

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This picture is a little blurry, but it was taken by a young man Charles who went on a missionary trip to Ethiopia.  It depicts the Last Supper of Jesus but the people shown here are from all nations showing that Jesus is calling everyone from all backgrounds. Charles also reminded us that in order to fulfill this mission of sharing Jesus with everyone, we need to operate in JOY. JOY is the acronym for Jesus first, others second, and yourself last. And so as we are calling the nations to come to know Jesus we need to exhibit true JOY, not YOJ. 🙂 YOJ is the opposite of JOY! We are seeing the YOJ acronym of 2 Tim 3:2 more and more nowadays “For people will love only themselves and their money. They will be boastful and proud, scoffing at God, disobedient to their parents, and ungrateful. They will consider nothing sacred.” We’ve heard it said that the capital Y represents the unholy trinity of me, myself, and I. But seriously, would you say that your life exhibits JOY? Are you truly loving Jesus first and then others second? It was definitely a great reminder for us as we are on this journey of sharing Jesus with everyone, that in order for us to be effective we need to always showcase Christ first and have Him the focal point of our love and then to show love to others.  This seems to be crucial in light of all the killings and strife that we are seeing in today’s headlines. James 4:1 says, “What is causing the quarrels and fights among you? Don’t they come from the evil desires at war within you?” We need to really look at what Jesus did. He only did what He saw the Father doing. He truly loved people right where there were at. He was a true servant as it talks about in Philippians 2:1-11.

Thoughts for the week:

Remember if you are a follower of Christ, you need to live out JOY and that He has given you a very important mission which is to share His Good News with everyone. 🙂

Believer when you step out of your bed today, remember you are entering the “Mission Field” and do it with JOY!

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God Is Working Behind the Scenes

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Why are we always surprised when God does things that are meaningful and significant in our lives? We have a tendency to think He would do it for so and so but not for us, or are we the only ones that think this way? 🙂 This incredible journey we are on has allowed us to watch Him work in the background as well as right in front of us, orchestrating and providing in ways we could never have concocted.

Depending on Him for our daily bread when it comes to the basics of life such as food, and shelter, has been amazing to see not only that He DOES provide but HOW He does it. A beautiful facet of His love and care is that so far, all of our financial support has been put on people’s hearts, without us even asking for it. For now this is how the Father is providing for us and there is no better place for us to be than in the center of His will. Yes, we don’t have a house, or the things that went into the house or a 9-5 job with benefits or retirement, or any other thing that would provide us a sense of “security”, but what we do have is so comforting, knowing that we are with our Abba Father, doing what He has asked us to do and no matter what, it’s gonna be Ok because He will take care of everything. Believe us when we say at one point that would have scared the crap out of us!

There is a saying that resonates from our Calvary Chapel days in Jupiter by our loved Pastor Dan who used to always say, “Where God guides, God provides.” And although, that’s kind of a catchy saying, especially back then when we really didn’t have to give up anything, it has never rang more true than it does now. He will provide, He just does! We are literally living out Matt. 6:31-33. Not just reading the passage and agreeing that it sounds great but we are actually having to put our trust in Him to give us what we need!

As He continues to arrange divine appointments, we continue to live in His provision in all aspects of life. Recently in His omniscience, He has also provided us with some very diverse people along this journey that have encouraged us greatly. They have caused us to rethink our motives and our strategies for sharing the Gospel. They have encouraged us to have a new passion and excitement for Him. Some have endured hardships and even been burned by the church badly but continue to press on with joy. There have been those along our path that have shown us what integrity looks like and are greatly respected by others, causing us to want to lead the same way. There are still others that have been so enthusiastic with how we are sharing the Gospel, that they are rapidly obedient and have immediately shared Jesus to the broken. You do not know how much this encourages us!!

It’s amazing when you allow the Lord to take the lead and play the main role in the script of life and we remain in the background as the “extras”  how the “epicness” of the story unfolds even in the minute details. Sometimes those are the most incredible and miraculous moments! We’ve heard it said, “If you are the main character in your play of life, than your stage is too small.” So we are learning to really let God do what He does and for us to come along side Him. Not in front and not lagging behind but in lock-step with His plan and purpose. We must decrease so that He can increase. (John 3:30)

Thoughts for this week:

What are some things that He has surprised you with by His care and concern for you that you can thank Him right now? What are some areas that you can trust Him by giving total authority to Jesus and let Him lead you? How can you give Him glory as you decrease so that He will increase?

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Good Times with Local Believers!

We have been having a great time getting to know the local believers here on Drummond Island! We really believe that one of the main things that God wants us to do is to strengthen and encourage local Christians. We have been encouraged as well and challenged in many different ways. Acts 14:22

 

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We have been meeting with Pastor Scott Danforth of Lighthouse Christian Church weekly and what a fun time we are having with him.

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A Thurs night group of fellowship.

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We also visited the Lutheran Church and the Reverend explained the Gospel in a very clear and concise way.

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After the service at the Lutheran Church they had a guest speaker who had gone on a missions trip to Ethiopia and he shared his stories that were very encouraging.

 

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At the Lutheran Church we got to meet this couple who works in the prisons and shares the Good News to the inmates there. We got to read one of the testimonies of how it changed this one man’s life on the picture posted behind them.

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This is at the local Baptist Church and we got to enjoy the pastor preach a great word about sharing your testimony with others to point them to Jesus!

 

The amazing thing we are finding is that God is using people in all different ways and with different backgrounds and we get to be a part of His great big story! Thank you so much for your prayers and support! We could not do this without you all!!

 

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The Unexpected Blessing by being on Drummond Island.

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We are settling back into the routine of our life here on the island. We have posted a schedule on the wall so that we can make sure that we are capturing our time and spending it wisely. And yes, we are still having our weekly administration meeting. 🙂 So many people have questioned how beneficial it really is, but we have found it to be VERY helpful and it has prevented us from getting into many “lively conversations”. 🙂

We are sensing that the Lord has truly blessed us by bringing us to Drummond for many different reasons, the obvious is to have a place to lay our heads which He has orchestrated so richly and beautifully. But even past our superficial needs He is showing us that we needed this time to really focus on our relationship with one another and deal with things within our marriage that have been put to the side for many years, even going back to the beginning of our relationship.

We have found that marriage is truly a picture of the Gospel to the world, so more than ever, we are realizing that we need to make sure ours is solid. After all that is our main purpose now; to share the Good News with everyone, so it’s kind of important that our marriage is accurately depicting this. Thankfully we are in a place in our relationship where fierce emotions and tears can erupt out of nowhere, we are mature enough and love each other enough to be able to “hash things out” in a way that is not damaging to the other person. Believe us when we say that has not always been the case!

The Lord has definitely used our marriage to stretch us in areas we did NOT want to be flexible. He has taught us to ENDURE with each other even when we felt the other person was intolerable! We’ve always thought the word endure, meant to “put up with each other”, with a begrudging kind of attitude, but now for the first time we are learning “a more excellent way.” (1 Cor 12:31-13:1) God is “changing our mind” (metanoia) on how we conduct ourselves. This “more excellent way” is actually LOVING someone enough to PAUSE and ask the Lord to give you incite into the issue. When He gives you the wisdom then you can SPEAK LIFE into a person even when you don’t have an inkling as to what or why they are doing something.  It’s taking the time to really UNDERSTAND them even when you are hurt, by choosing to love them faithfully even when you don’t believe you have the capacity or the energy for it. Your motive is because you would rather be like Jesus than being right.

For example, there was a time in our communication where a statement like this would be said, “You never spend time with me!”(This puts the other person on the defensive) Now we are learning to speak, using words of life such as, “I would like to spend more time with you because I enjoy you. Can we make a plan on how we can do that?” Wow! What a simple principle and it may seem so “Elementary my Dear Watsonish”, but so unbelievably revolutionary to our marriage!!!  Instead of approaching things with a negative slant we are learning to operate from a positive standpoint. This “more excellent way” still deals with the matter, without sweeping it under the rug, but handles it with truth AND love and with the idea of restoring the relationship. (Eph 4:15)

This whole idea of “changing our mind” in how we operate is coinciding strangely enough with our Bible study in the book of Acts, which is another topic of discussion that we will be possibly addressing in the future.  We keep seeing throughout the Scripture, how God’s love causes people to have a “change of mind” towards Him.  We are personally experiencing a “changing of our mind” not only towards the Lord but to each other. We are no longer just intellectually assenting to what the Bible tells us, but we are trying to follow what it says and finding LOVE should always be central.

Over time He has caused us to learn to forgive and move on and not hold a record of wrong. In His sovereignty, He put us together knowing that we were pretty much opposites in the way we communicate. Historically this caused friction with little change or growth. Through the years He has taught us how to speak to one another with wisdom and understanding.  After being married for almost 23 years, we have found that if you allow the Lord to use your marriage to sanctify yourself and not fight against it, then He can transform you more and more into the image of His Son Jesus and you can truly display to the world what is an accurate depiction of who Jesus is and His bride.

Being here on Drummond Island has provided a place for us not only to minister to those around us, but for us to be ministered to by the Lord and to work things out between us that we haven’t had the time to do up till now. This is the HUGE, AND UNEXPECTED BLESSING and we are very aware that it is from the Lord. A wise pastor/friend of Scott’s said when he was praying over him that he believed that being here on Drummond Island would be a time for us and a time of refreshment. Those words have become prophetically true. We are so thankful that God is all-knowing and He knew exactly what we needed and when we needed it.

Thoughts for this week:

If you have found yourself in a place where your marriage needs help. Humble yourself before the Lord and He will exalt you. (1 Peter 5:6 and James 4:10) Whatever the issue is, the Lord can and will handle it the way only He can. Just be ready to have a “metanoia” (changing of your mind) and be willing to obey. Usually the thing the Lord asks you to do, is the harder thing. Are you willing to go that far to DO the harder thing? Ask the Lord for strength and for wisdom on how to love your spouse so that you can display the Gospel to those around you with power and genuineness.  Remember it was His LOVE that covered a multitude of your sins. Let us love the way Jesus did and love one another deeply. (1 Peter 4:8)

 

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Little Is Much When God Is In It- Hymn by Kittie L. Suffield 1924

Hymn: Little Is Much When God Is In It

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VS 1:In the harvest field now ripened
There’s a work for all to do;
Hark! the voice of God is calling
To the harvest calling you.

Refrain:
Little is much when God is in it!
Labor not for wealth or fame.
There’s a crown—and you can win it,
If you go in Jesus’ Name.

VS 2: In the mad rush of the broad way,
In the hurry and the strife,
Tell of Jesus’ love and mercy,
Give to them the Word of Life.

VS 3: Does the place you’re called to labor
Seem too small and little known?
It is great if God is in it,
And He’ll not forget His own.

VS 4: Are you laid aside from service,
Body worn from toil and care?
You can still be in the battle,
In the sacred place of prayer.

VS 5: When the conflict here is ended
And our race on earth is run,
He will say, if we are faithful,
“Welcome home, My child—well done!”

 

This was a hymn that was sung at a local church on Drummond Island that we had never heard before, but the words really spoke to us, especially because of the season in life that we are in. Isn’t it amazing that this woman’s words of encouragement to the believer still rings on almost a century later?

Which verse of this hymn do you identify with? Is the Lord calling you to go into the harvest? Are you listening and obeying to that call? Have you been caught up in the cares of this life or are you telling people throughout your busy day of the Hope that is in you? (1 Peter 3:15) Maybe you feel discouraged because you don’t see God using you in mighty and glorious ways? Zechariah 4:10 reminds us, “ Do not despise these small beginnings, for the Lord REJOICES to see the work begin.” Think of that! The Lord is glad over small beginnings. It doesn’t matter if anyone knows what work you are doing for the Him, because He does! Or maybe you have been serving the Lord a long time and you are tired and worn out, but remember, as it says in Hebrews 6:10, “God is not unjust; He will not forget your work and the love you have shown Him as you have helped His people and continue to help them.”

Thoughts for this week:

No matter what point you are in your walk with the Lord, He is the source. Without Him we can do nothing in our own strength and if we try to operate in our own power, we will find ourselves “Body worn from toil and care.” Believer, fix your eyes on Jesus and run your race that the Lord has put before you, with endurance and love for the One who is waiting at the finish line!  Christian can you see Him cheering you on? Can you picture Him with His arms stretched out to you? How wonderful that day will be when Jesus will say to us ‘if we are faithful, “Welcome Home, My child- well done!” That is the ultimate goal for the Casteels to run victoriously and help as many people along the way to Jesus!  We pray that this is your hearts cry as well.

Remember the story of the boy with the 5 loaves and 2 fish. What little he had, he allowed Jesus to use it for His glory and to make His name famous. A little is much when God is in it!!!

 

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It’s the Little Things in Life!

So since being on the island we have been taking in all the “little things” of life. For instance, the perfect weather of 75 for the high and 59-60 for the low. We definitely feel sorry for our Florida       fr-amily. 🙂 Being able to see the stars vividly at night because of zero air pollution is amazing and it doesn’t get dark till 10:30 pm! We’ve had to get used to that one for sure, but that has definitely given us more time to do things!  Seeing a mama osprey hovering over her nest of babies. Picking wild strawberries randomly growing along the driveway and eating them in yogurt. Eating at restaurants together and meeting the locals. Meeting new brothers and sisters in Christ and having a Bible study in pure freedom without any fear of persecution. And the list goes on and on.

We are trying not to miss these “little things” and being very thankful to God for them. What in your life are the “little things” that the Lord has rained blessing on you? Have you thanked Him recently? Remember to live out Ephesians 5:20 “always giving thanks to God the Father for everything, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.”

 

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Cute little authentic Mexican restaurant called “Esther’s”   What a great place to have a Bible study!

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This was a very eclectic place to eat. It had a little bit of everything! It had a Deli, ice cream, all kinds of snacks, trinkets, model train paraphernalia, a walk-in cooler with all kinds of different drinks etc… You name it! They had it! We got to meet with some locals and ended up finding out that everyone was from Ohio! It was like a mini family reunion! 🙂

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Something that we might have missed while we were zooming past

on our motorcycle, but these were the BIGGEST dandelions we have ever seen!

Kim took a pic with one just to get a perspective of how big it really was. 🙂

 

Whenever we see dandelions it reminds us of our beloved niece Christina because she always lived for the moment! You literally never knew what she was gonna do next! Sometimes that was bad and sometimes that was good. 🙂  “Life Is Not Measured By the Number of Breaths We Take, But By the Moments That Take Our Breath Away.” This quote is such a great reminder that we need to make every moment special, whether big or small, and live life to it’s fullest for the glory of God!

 

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1 Minute “My Story” Training with the Kennards!

This was one of the highlights with the Kennard family, when we showed them how to share their testimony under a minute! At first it was a struggle trying to condense their testimony into just a couple of words and under a minute, but after practicing it, they were able to do it in a very clear, concise way. After the Kennards left us and went back home they were very quickly able to share their ‘My Story” and the Gospel (His Story) with some people they knew. We are excited because they are going to be following up with this couple and continue to love on them and hopefully disciple them.

 

 

Here is a challenge for you to be able to share your 1 minute “My Story in a nutshell. Try writing this out on a piece of paper and really seek the Lord on what your words should be. Then connect the words to share your testimony in 1 minute or less. Practice it with a partner until it is natural and is Spirit-led. Remember if time allows you can always share more but this is a quick way to start a spiritual conversation with someone.  We will look forward to hearing how God uses your “My Story” to share “His Story” by emailing us at info@CalvaryFellowshipTC.com.

 

 INTRODUCTION  BEFORE  WHEN     🕇  AFTER
 Say, “There was time in my life when…  Think of 1-2 words that describe you BEFORE you met Christ Think of 1-2 words that describe you WHEN you met Christ  Think of 1-2 words that describe you AFTER you met Christ
 EX.”There was time in my life when  I felt unloved and unwanted  Then I was shown that Jesus LOVED me and  how He FORGAVE  me. Now  I live for Him and my life has PURPOSE and MEANING

And then you can finish it by asking if they have a story like that? If not then you can share the Gospel or if they say “Yes”, ask them to share their “My Story”.

 

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The More the Merrier!

We are back in Drummond and are having house guests arrive for the Independance Day weekend! Scott’s best friend from childhood; Jim, and his wife DeShanna and their kids, Morgan, Mckenna, and Gavin, as well as a couple  that are friends of our host will be joining us. That saying, “The More the Merrier” definitely applied! We had the best time with them! We cooked and ate together, we went off roading, hung out around the lake, studied the Bible, fellowshipped at a local church, practiced sharing the Gospel, played Family Dice. We literally were experiencing Koinonia/ communion with each other. It was truly a beautiful time. This is how we envision how it looked, in the days of Acts with the believers.  That is why it is so important to be with other followers of Christ. There are many who have been “hurt” by the church and for this reason they are not a part of a body of believers. Most of us could share that we have been damaged by someone, but nonetheless, there is a reason why the Lord uses the Church as the vehicle to share with the world, His Hope. We are to be equipped and edified for the WORK of the ministry, as it talks about in Ephesians 4:12 so that we can be a light in this dark world and be His hands and feet.  This work means training and practice. This will not just happen. There needs to be action on our part. And even more importantly there needs to be a love for one another because that is how the world will know who Jesus is because of our great love for Him and for others. So if you are not currently in Koinonia with other believers, please make that a priority today. Satan would love nothing better for you to be alone, and not have the benefit of encouragement and exhortation of the Church body. We encourage you to bloom where you are planted and to be part of the solution and not the problem.

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Lounging by the lake.                                                       Everyone studying the book of Acts

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Gavin sharing his 1 Minute “My Story” which is                         Fellowshipping at a local church.

his personal testimony

 

 

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Doing a little boating                                                        The Kennard Fam

 

 

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Nothing like doing morning devos together!     Using camp chairs in back of truck for off roading!

 

This is a very pivotal point in the Family Dice Game and as you can see we are VERY excited! 🙂

 

 

 

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A God-Ordained Meeting in Ohio

Little did we know the trip back to Ohio would be so fruitful.  The trip back allowed me to spend some more time with John Carter.  John is a faithful follower of Jesus that my mom introduced me to at Posy D’s.  John was interested in being trained in 4 fields. At the end of another training he told me a story about a young man age 23 that a few days earlier was getting pulled over by the police for riding his motorcycle without a tag.  John ended up putting the young man’s bike on his trailer and taking it home for him. This kept the young man from going to jail.  I asked John, where does the young man live?  John said, close by…  I said, let’s go share the Gospel with him.  So we jumped up, traveled across town and knocked on his door.  John shared “his Story”  and “Jesus’s Story” with him.  He did not come to the faith but committed to following up with John to learn more about Jesus.

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After spending time with John he invited me to do a 411 training at his church shown below.

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John also meets with a group of guys for a Bible study on Tuesday nights.  They are a hungry group that also has interest in learning more about living life on a mission.  John is committed to learning and practicing 4 fields so that he can train the group. The members there represent 9 different churches. The ramifications for the Gospel to the area are profound!  COME ON JESUS!!!

So God has continued to blow our minds by opening doors to train brothers and sisters in easy, reproducible Gospeling tools.

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