Equipping musicians for missionary service
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Belize-2015

  • July 12, 2015 Location: Orange Walk, Belize

    What an awesome day! We were definitely blessed again today. If I had to attach a theme or a word to our day, it would be "unity". As usual, our day started out with a fantastic breakfast with Armando and his family at their small restaurant. They are such a great family and we have really enjoyed getting the opportunity to sit down and really get a chance to break some bread together. What a blessing it is to be able to sit around a table while sharing a tasty meal and just laugh and have really good biblical discussions. I think that I can speak fo...

  • One of the main pieces of gear we realized was needed by Fountain of Life Church was a snake for their sound system. For those who aren't familiar with the term, it's a nickname for the bundle of cables that allow the sound board to be far away from the stage--you plug the mics, instruments and speakers in a box at one end near the stage and a single thick cable "snakes" to the back of the room to the mixing board and allows the sound tech to have a better perception of what the congregation hears. The team brought a 100 ft snake with them to help in the worship experience of the church. A sim...

  • Today was a great day.  We spent time running through songs and doing a concert with a few musicians in that church.  We ended up with a bass player,  keyboard player,  and singer from Fuente Vida church with me on drums, with Rob from our team on guitar and Tito on vocals. Tito is a really good bass player, but he wanted Fuente Vida's bass player, named Issac to play instead. We were able to encourage Issac to play along with the patterns I was playing on my kick drum, which seems like a no brainer, but is not always the case for all young players.

    It was also really  cool for me to return t...

  • When someone tells you that they are going on a missions trip, the typical thought that crosses your mind is probably, “Oh, like going to help a poor remote village?” or “going to help build 4 walls or do a VBS?” And for the most part that’s what people do. People sign up to go on a trip to bring back pictures of how God used them to touch the lives of the kids in a village that doesn’t have running water. And while all of that is good, most of what we do as missions work, never creates a solution for the people that actually stay behind after we’ve gone back to our homes.

    What I love about wh...