• Immediate Needs

    updated 8.29.11

    We do what we do as missionaries supported by people like you.

    We also prefer to give away as much content as we can, and not cloud that issue with a lot of public requests. That said, we do have specific needs that are met by people who believe the work we do has value.

    If you'd like a short list of immediate financial needs, you can find it HERE.


    Note: This will be updated regularly

  • Recent interview on the Patricia King Show.

  • YouVersion Reading Plans
  • Old News

  • TwitterFeed

    • Uh...you do know it doesn't matter anymore, right? twitter.com/kmbc/status/89… 11 hours ago
    • The second week of our series', MADE FOR, is posted on iTunes. >> itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/hil… 16 hours ago
    • I understand Liberty grads expressing anger, but mailing back a diploma is only powerful if you quit the job you got with the degree. 17 hours ago
    • Does anyone know what time the eclipse is? I’ve been in Target getting a few things and I don’t want to miss it. 19 hours ago
    • I can’t tell if that’s a thunderstorm or we’re taking fire. 1 day ago
    • Arguments with furniture are rarely productive. -- Kehlog Albran / These are gems that I find in my inbox from @stevesjogren ! 1 day ago
    • Just realized I missed opportunity of a lifetime to preach on the depravity of man and titled it "the path of totality". Maybe next time. 1 day ago
    • Just read the organizers of the Eclipse failed to get a permit. So many disappointed people. 1 day ago

Doing What Matters

Regan - A Zoe Baby

Guy Kawasaki tells start up companies to ‘make meaning’.  Good advice for ministries too.

The photo to the right is the meaning that we’re making.

Little Regan was born August 27th. His brother, Josiah, is a year older.  He was adopted by a family one year ago.  When Regan came along, God placed him in the same family with Josiah.  Rarely do siblings adopted a year apart end up in the same family, but God has a plan…

I can only imagine the destiny on this brotherhood.  God so desired they grow up side by side that He orchestrated events beyond all likelihood to see that they had a mother and a father AND their own brother.  I’m also humbled that the Zoe Foundation had a small part to play in both adoptions.

Stories like Regan and Josiah’s remind me that what we do matters and give me the encouragement to press on.  Thank you to those of you who have contributed to The Zoe Foundation* as well as our personal missions support to see that little ones like this are set in families.

*FYI, we have a few other recent Zoe babies pictured on the front of the Zoe site, along with an auction for a special edition Make the Tracks JHS guitar pedal.  It is quantifiably cooler than a Red Ryder BB gun.


One Response

  1. Amen!! God has great plans- love this post!! 😉

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