Jeanne Hedrick (wife of Tony, a good friend!, and an incredible cook) joins us to talk growing up Christian, rural upbringing, and the journey from obscurity to usefulness in the Kingdom. A powerful visitation of God’s grace in Canada brought them back from waywardness in their early 30s.
The story of discipleship, church planting, pastoring, and the journey of the last 20+ years into missions is unfolded eloquently by Jeanne.
Join her to be encouraged by her depth and faithfulness. Reach out to Jeanne at email@example.com, and when you do, ask to have your email added to her monthly devotional. Rich stuff!
Mike and Stacy Collins join us from Tanzania as a follow up to FT4F Episode 19.
What is it like to sell it all and go abroad for the gospel? Find out from those who have done it, not just those who are talking about it.
If you haven’t heard episode 19, this episode goes well as a duo! Check them both out!
Elizabeth Braswell, a strong and influential friend, joins us from the mountains of North Carolina to talk women in leadership, Women Who Gather, White Buck Farm, Kenya and the last ten years of all things Braswell.
Find out more and connect with Elizabeth on https://elizabethbraswell.com or, on Facebook, at https://www.facebook.com/elizbraswell. You will be glad you did.
We’ve been working with Marcos for a dozen years or so, but he’s been doing mission work most of his life, in then mountains of Southern Mexico. Join us as we dig into his story. Persecution, challenges, attacks for the sake of faith, and encounters with God! You’ll be encouraged and motivated.
Contact for Marcos
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Have you been to Peru? Would you like to go? What about giving humanitarian aid, and medical care, to people who might not have a chance to get it otherwise?
A friend and former student joins us to report on a “fairly recent” trip to the rural mountainous regions of Peru. Hear the call, my friends, from the far reaches of the world!
Email Brittney at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more or get involved.
Round Two with Kirkpatricks, two years later, with some of their takeaways from the time in mission in South Africa. Find out what has been most meaningful while in Durban, South Africa and their varied work in the southern part of Africa. Also, we get a quick look at what is next. Listen in, and pray for these guys, as they are headed next to “hard ground”, where many missionaries have been sunk. And pray for their transition! Many thanks.
Find out more about the Kirkpatrick’s work here:
Caleb Lorensen, a close friend and coworker, and his friend and co-worker Pat join us and talk about how Pat met Jesus, returned to Thailand, and got busy making a difference. Fascinating, but totally relatable story, that will inspire you. Reach out to Caleb and Pat to find out more about their mission and Thailand.
Reach Pat @
https://www.facebook.com/pat.teerapat.357 or Caleb and Tracy Lorensen via @thelorensens on Instagram, or email@example.com.
John Clark, CEO of SoulCon, a men’s ministry that is getting a good bit of traction in our times. He draws from his background in the Marine Corps, Law Enforcement, and Business Management to help lead this men’s ministry.
You will be encouraged as you check out their “Soulcon Challenge”, something you can do to engage more deeply with your faith as a man.
Their app is available for your smartphone and website at soulcon.com will equip you with tools to overcome the traps that snare so many men.
Check out this promo to see if it’s a fit for you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7inFcDbdIY
Reach out to John to find out more at www.soulcon.com or via the SoulCon App.
Get your copy of SoulCon Challenge Book at https://soulcon.com/product/soulcon-book/
Felipe Simoes, a friend from Southern Brazil, and former student, joined FXMissions on a recent trip to Mexico. Here how his eyes were opened to new possibilities, and potentially an unexpected step in his personal calling, as Felipe shares a trip report with us from his 18 days in Mexico in March 2019.
To contact Felipe, reach him on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/felipe.simoes.963434
A story of faith from inside Tower One of the World Trade Center on 9-11-01. Guy Yasika joins us, tells us a little about where he is from, and his background.
Hear his harrowing first hand account of what it was like to be there on the 43rd floor. It was a lot, both during, and after that fateful day in 2001. Likely you remember where you were on September 11, 2001. Guy does… It’s etched on the permanent walls of his memory.
Impactful. I promise.
Here is a written account of Guy’s day on 9-11-2001 – http://www.onedollarapologist.net/personal-blog/my-9-11-account-at-the-world-trade-center-tower-1-78-floor
To find out more, reach out to Guy at www.onedollarapologist.net or firstname.lastname@example.org.