I don’t know why, but I have a strange obsession with work spaces. As someone who rearranged her bedroom every six months as an eight-year-old, I think I just have a fixation on spacial awareness. Or OCD. I also have a thing for furniture, which I TOTALLY blame on my Davison blood. As you can see below in my photo shoot with a desk refinishing project. Read the rest of this entry »
Monthly Archives: October 2011
Huge thanks to Sue Jones and the Grace Point Church of the Nazarene mission committee for throwing us a beautiful bash on Sunday afternoon. We had the opportunity to chat with people about our ministry and eat a lot of tasty cake.
Also, thank you so much to Pastor Rex Person for allowing us to speak Sunday evening, and to Pastor Javier and Annette Mondragon for letting us share on Sunday morning at the church’s bi-lingual and awesome South campus. We were sad to have such a short timeframe, but thrilled that we got the opportunity to talk about this super-duper cool place we work. Thank you!
Above: Yummy cake at Grace Point North
Below: Warming up for worship at Grace Point South
Finally we are able to post a video we have been working on for MONTHS. We made this video to replace an old video called Making a Difference, which basically highlighted what JFHP is all about. After initially completing it a few months ago we had to wait for notes and reedits before it could finally be shared. It is called Heart for the Lost. Enjoy!
Happy late birthday to Isaac! We spent his birthday in the Des Moines, Iowa, where we spoke at a children’s mission rally on Saturday, and for the lovely people at Des Moines Southside Church of the Nazarene. We also visited the zoo, fyi. What a Read the rest of this entry »
It feels great to check things off of the to-do list (such as running at least 15 miles per week, which, I might add, I have done as of today). So I am super proud to announce that Harvest Partners now has a blog to keep people updated on all of the amazing, crazy, unbelievable stories floating around this ministry. Check it out : blog.jfhp.org!