Equipping musicians for missionary service
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  • ITALY-David Post 3

    May 05, 2018

    I’m finally sitting down to write a post-trip update.  My last update was the night before the last day of the retreat.  On that final day I ended up getting a solid half-day of work in and was well enough rested to give me energy for not only the mo...

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  • BELIZE 2017--Travis--Sunday-The Differences of the Body

    February 02, 2017

    The Church, your church, is made up of a group of different and unique individuals.  Each with their own gifts and abilities. Each with their own part to play in the makeup of the body of Christ.  But let's not forget that the body of Christ is not j...

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  • BELIZE 2017--Jay-Eager Hearts, Eager Hands

    February 02, 2017

    At about 8:16 this morning we took a left turn off the pavement onto what could only be described as  an off the beaten path gravel and mud backwoods country road. We had gone about 9 miles West of the seaside town of Punta Gorda to reach this turn a...

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Mission Trips

  • Saturday Master Class: Over 200 participants spent 5 hours listening to worship training delivered by Kurt and 2 hours listening to Ken teaching on sound engineering. They then learned 2 songs that Kurt wrote called “Go Therefore” and “Space Between the Chords”. The feedback was that the training REALLY helped the participants  They were so thankful!

  • Nairobi, Kenya–January 18-27, 2014: For the 5th consecutive year, the World Music Mission will reside at Brackenhurst Conference Centre (www.brackenhurst.com) for a week of worship with the missionaries of SIMSudan. They base in Nairobi (for logistical reasons) as Sudan has transformed (and continues to transform) into two distinct nations. The roughly 80 missionaries serve in and across Sudan. They serve as doctors, nurses, linguists, engineers, evangelists, technicians, business developers, and pilots. The WMM team of musicians and childcare workers prays that Jesus will be lifted up to draw...

  • KENYA 2013 - Joal 06/01/13-Tohru and the Guitar Strings Made it to South Sudan

    Thanks for the guitar strings and the awesome time of worship at SLC.  I mentioned a while back that one of the students at Gideon Theological College would probably enjoy having new sets of strings. His name is Yuna and I gave him the strings you passed me.  I’ve attached a picture of him with them.  He was very appreciative.  He's a good friend of  ours. Blessings. 

  • Brian – As I reflect on my time here, I’m struck once again by the hearts of the missionaries I’ve met.  My conversations with them have been rich, and I’m humbled by their humility and strength.  The stories I’ve heard have been a mix of funny, inspiring, and at times, heart wrenching.  Some of the people I’ve spoken with live in very difficult circumstances, and even the ones who are stationed in more welcoming cultures have all kinds of challenges – from issues with finding enough financial support, to subtle (or not so subtle) obstructions that are put in their way to make their lives a...

  • As I continue to meet missionaries, I am awed by the difficult situations that they must endure.  One recent meal involved a conversation with a family dealing with many difficulties.   As the husband/father discussed the challenges to him and his family with the difficult cross-cultural situation, I was struck by how “normal” they seemed as they enjoyed their meal.   They could have been any family on vacation if I didn’t know the back story about the difficulties of their posting and family.   And yet, I saw them later that night during worship singing with their hands held high . . .

    An...