Tuesday, January 3, 2017

End of A Cycle

We managed to take the day off and head to some
falls created by volcanic lava flow.  It was an amazing
sight and a new place for us to visit as a family.

With this post, I'll be opening up another site to share
about our adventures starting a new work.  This one will
be placed into the hands of local Mexican leadership
under Pastor F. Ventura.

We appreciate your prayers for 1More4Christ.

Thanks for following us on the journey over the

If you'd like to follow our new adventures, send
me an email with your request at mexcity30m at
Yahoo dot Com.

Again thanks for your heartfelt prayers for the
congregation and our family.

Monday, January 2, 2017

Still Youth

I didn’t expect to have as many visits by the youth during the Christmas vacation, but they seemed to visit each day.  This day, the girls got out a craft and the youth with some friends managed to be busy all afternoon and into the evening.  What fun!

Friday, December 30, 2016

New Church

Two of the ladies, sisters, in the area where we’re starting a new church got up during the service to teach the congregation its verse for the month.  It was wonderful to see their confidence and ownership of the new work and of their membership in 1More4Christ.  God is faithful!

Thursday, December 29, 2016


While I didn’t expect many to show up for the Christmas Day Sunday service, we had a good turnout with several families showing their support.  God is good!

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

All Together

It was wonderful this Christmas to have the entire family together again.  At one point we were all in different countries, but now we’re back.  Thanks Lord!

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Christmas Meal

On Christmas Eve, everyone was running around to get stuff into the over for our Christmas eve meal.  It was both tasty and enjoyable to spend time together preparing and laughing.  Does it get any better than this?

Monday, December 26, 2016

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christ…

The presence of piñatas at parties and on the streets is a sign of Christmas or “Reyes” in this culture.  It seems like every night a piñata is being broken somewhere in the neighborhood.  It’s a time of talking, eating and, yes, playing together.