Peter and Sarah’s hope is that, through their ministries, hearts and minds will be changed, and people will grow into the image of Christ.
“There is a close relationship between endurance and gratitude, for the strength to endure suffering comes from gratitude… In order to endure well, we need the power of acceptance. No one enjoys suffering. However, if the suffering is somehow embraced, then it can become a precious treasure… It is gratitude that can transform our sufferings into blessings. Sufferings invite pain, but if we befriend the sufferings and consider them learning opportunities, they lose their power in our lives and can result in a thing of beauty.”
Dr. Mike Oldham, Mission & Ministry Coach, from American Baptist Churches of the Rocky Mountains interviews Denise and Juan about their experience as Global Servants in Chiapas, Mexico.
One of our partner churches in West Virginia, Lubeck Community Baptist Church, asked us if our children, Juan and Ziba, wanted to share in a brief video about their life and experience in Chiapas for a children’s message. Well, they were willing to do it. Throughout the journey as Missionary Kids (MKs), they’ve had ups and downs, and have made significant adjustments to their lives, but we’ve seen God’s hand 🖐🏽 on them. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PRAYERS!!!👍🏽🙏🏽❤️🇲🇽