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…

Fall in New England

After leaving Rhode Island, we spent the rest of the fall months traveling the rest of New England. We met pastors and church members in all six New England states. Philip had the honor at speaking in many of the churches, and along the way we learned much more about doing ministry in this beautiful…

Rhode Island

Our fall trip to the northeast began in early September. We made a slow trip up and made new church contacts in Arkansas, Tennessee, and Virginia. Our first scheduled event was in Maine, but we had a little time to get there. Rhode Island was a state we had not been to over the summer….

Oklahoma and Texas

If you ask us where “home” is, we will likely say, “Oklahoma”. We have spent the past thirteen years there, and most of our support system is there. Our children hardly remember a time when they weren’t “Okies”. As a matter of fact, we moved from Honey Grove, Texas to Elk City, Oklahoma when Kambry…

Massachusetts

We spent ten days in Massachusetts, and met some wonderful people. We spoke to associational directors and church planting and church revitalization specialists from the New England Baptist Association. They showed us the great work that is going on in many of the churches across the state and the efforts being put toward building up…

Maine

When Philip was young, he lived for a time in Maine. He has always loved Maine and wanted to go back. After our visit there, we can safely say that we all left parts of our heart in this beautiful place, and we are eager to return and be part of the work God is…

Pennsylvania and Maryland

After our time in Delaware, we drove back into Pennsylvania and attended Lake Marburg Baptist Church in Spring Grove. It was an amazing church full of prayer, and it was beautiful to see the spirit moving. They are working to expand their ministry and revitalize their people, and we hope to be able to help…