Back To The Bush I guess the best way to describe how it honestly feels to leave our American furlough and go back to Africa is to say that it feels like both places are home. To leave one is as difficult as leaving the other. We are incredibly blessed to love and be loved on…

How much does it costs anyway? We are in the final month of our four month long furlough and it seems like we just got here. What a joy it has been to speak at a different church each week. Words can’t explain how refreshing it is to be approached by people we don’t even know and…

Home is where the heart is With only a few more days until our first furlough back to the U.S., the good-byes are getting tougher. Its a must that we travel to raise more support and while we are eager to see our loved ones so incredibly bad, the people here have captured our hearts. Our…

Let us boast Last night as we sat on the porch with a visiting team from America, one of the visitors asked a simple curious question. He said, “I view you guys as spiritual heroes. What is it that caused you to get where you are and how does it affect the way you see…

As good as it gets A missionary’s life is full of ups and downs. Each day is definitely a new adventure. Often they are full of unsolvable heartbreaking issues. Other times the joy is purely indescribable. That is the case when God truly transforms a person before your very eyes. To see God create a new…

An Unforgettable Day The day of September 11, 2015, will go down in Abaana’s Hope history as one of the most epic moments ever. Words alone cannot describe the magnitude of what God has done in the lives of two ladies in our Women’s Refuge Center. We enrolled our first two widows in the summer…

Opiyo has worked on our farm for about 9 months. He is in his early 20’s. A good worker. Does what is asked of him and shows appreciation for the opportunity. He always sits close during devotions and other meetings because he is totally blind in one eye and losing vision in the other. He…

Below is a copy of our year-end newsletter for 2014 that many of you should receive in the mail soon. I hope you are as encouraged to read it as I was to write it. Dear Supporter, What a year! If I could sum it all up in one word it would be, “unbelievable”. I…

Today I stood on a porch overlooking Abaana’s Hope. The early morning chill was in the air and though I was a world away from the Thanksgiving preparations at home, for a confused moment it felt like fall, my favorite time of year. It felt as if I was by the fireplace with a cup…

If you have ever given a dime to Four Corners Ministries we are forever grateful. Every cent is a seed that God has grown and because of you we are joyfully experiencing a harvest that has impacted the lives of so many.  We all know God is faithful, but it is through His people that He…

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