Homecoming weekend in Tulsa to reflect on how we got here along with caring for missionaries in Africa meeting in Europe. But best of all, you have more access to use MOTION video series to do ministry to friends, family and neighbors who speak other languages. All this and an update on Building the Buddhist Series in this letter.
This summer’s newsletter documents team growth, Andrew recovered from a second hip replacement and MOTION reviewed our career with their usual artistic flair.
This hilarious tribute to our quarter century of full-time missionary service was put together by the wonderful team at TWR MOTION.
Read up on multiple teams of young adults serving overseas as well as Andrew’s miraculous recovery after the first hip replacement
Finally, how about a treasure trove of updates on the animated Buddhist series in progress?
In January, all five members of TWR MOTION plus a Canadian artist we work with traveled to the city of Chiang Mai to launch a 24-month process of building a brand new animated Bible series. See a small glimpse of the amazing things that we saw and experienced.
In our final letter this year, we give thanks for several successful trips whether together or separate. We are grateful to be used to help equip field teams from multiple continents serving unreached people groups including some difficult, secure situations. (We don’t cover a coworker’s face with emoji without a good reason.)
In this letter, see a dozen animated testimonies launched so of course our tiny team of five is already working on the next series of 20 Bible stories for Asia.
After seven years away, it was like we never left. We have no way of knowing exactly how many prayed for the trip May 15-June 20 but prayer warriors are the only explanation for how things went so well. This double-sized letter is filled with even more stories and photos as we brag on God for pouring out his love on hungry hearts.
Enjoy this brief summary on hosting family Christmas in Raleigh, a new Bible story series for Hindus, and TWR MOTION’s documentary premiere. We also have fresh details about the missions trip we’re helping lead for our local church to Southern Africa.
Share the Story reaches six languages and more are on the way, thanks in part to someone who started working without permission. As we prepare to gather with family in the Carolinas, we’re seeing plans fall into place for a return visit to serve in southern Africa.