I Want to Go to Church

Lately, I’ve heard a song on the radio that has really touched my heart. It seems to play every time I get in the car. It doesn’t matter where I am going, this song always seems to be going with me. At first, it was a catchy tune, and I quickly learned to sing along,…

When Baby Jesus Wore Nikes

A few days ago, a friend asked me when Tait performed in his first musical. At the time, I told her that it was in the fifth grade when he was in the ensemble of Fiddler on the Roof, but later I thought about it some more. As a matter of fact, his first big…

One Year and a Few Thousand Miles

Philip set the trip odometer on July 1, 2017 as we left Falls Creek in Davis, OK with three kids, two dogs, a van, a trailer, and a mission. Exactly one year later, he turned it off as we pulled into the parking lot of CenterPoint Community Church in Wethersfield, Connecticut. It was one year…

Spring in New England

The months of April and May have flown by as we further explored the ministry God has put before us. Watching the beauty of New England as it transformed from a blanket of white snow to beautiful colors and full trees has been quite an experience. God just keeps opening doors for us here. We…

Please Partner With Us

Our hearts have been broken over the last year. There is truly such a great need for the gospel up here in New England. Churches that average 25-40 people faithfully gather in little towns. Old storefronts become homes to neighborhood churches. Downtown several different ethnic churches share a building to try to reclaim the town…

A Warm Welcome Back

It was so good to see our friends in New England and get back to work alongside them. Our spring schedule started with a conference at Symbol of Fire International Ministries where Kim had the privilege of speaking and spending the day with some wonderful ladies. It was an amazing time of prayer, worship, and…

On the Road Again

We headed north again on March 5, but we made a long trip of it so that we could meet up with some of our ministry partners along the way and even make a few new ones. Also, March weather hit New England pretty hard. They had three nor’easters back to back, and we arrived…

Saying Goodbye

We were blessed during our time at home in Oklahoma and with our families in Texas. It was rejuvenating and exciting to see how many people are praying for us and following our ministry. When the first of March came, it was time to say goodbye. The date for our return to the south is…

Winter in the South

I’m sure our friends from up north will find this picture a little funny. No, that’s not snow. It is ice pellets, the closest thing we’ve seen to snow in several years in Oklahoma. Notice the green grass in the background. Still, this was a fun day! Kambry and Tait went sledding down the icy…

Home for the Holidays

In mid-November, we pointed the trailer south and headed home for a few months with a new mission, to tell as many people as possible about the work God is doing in New England. We visited our friends, the Bibles, in Lynchburg, VA where Tait celebrated his 16th birthday. Then, we stopped to see Philip’s…