FRM News

Taken to the Extremes of His Glory

We cannot claim to know anyone intimately whom we have not known in the intensity of both agony and elation. Anyone with eyes willing to truly behold Jesus will at times be confused and shocked by what he sees. You see, if we are willing to be taken to the extremes of His glory …. […]

The Scotts: Reaching out to college students

Every Wednesday we have the opportunity to worship with, pray with and teach college students in Cape Town. On their lunch break from 12:30 – 1pm, all the students are invited to come and hang out with us in the library. What is really cool is that the college allows us to play live worship […]

Sting Underway…

For those of you following our fight against Human Trafficking, thank you for your prayers. After two months of trying to find the authorities with enough clout to close down a recruiting station, we FINALLY see a light at the end of the tunnel! Yesterday undercover agents made contact with the traffickers. Please pray that […]

The Easthams: Duplicate

Recently, Lily was shopping for padlocks.  For various reasons, we were interested in buying the Solex brand of locks.  The store worker presented Lily with two identically appearing Solex locks in almost identical packaging.  One was $6 and the other was $20.  Living in Uganda is expensive, so only spending only $6 on a padlock […]

Led back to Jesus….

But I would ye should understand, brethren, that the things which happened unto me have fallen out rather unto the furtherance of the gospel. Philippians 1:12 Your disappointments of the past were but steps along the path that led you back to Me. Know that no good thing will I withhold from them that love […]

Canaan Farm by Richard Angoma

Last month we hosted a team of Christian business teachers from Colorado at Canaan farm. The team comprised of volunteers from all walks of life who have a passion for reaching the most remote parts of the world, winning the lost for Christ, discipling believers, and teaching basic business principles. Fifty women and men attended […]

Interruption or Appointment? By Natasha Chilikina

We were in the city center trying to help ONE of the women being lured by human traffickers. To save time, the team went into the building while I waited for a parking space to open up. In every parking area in town, young men earn a living by “directing” traffic. The funny thing is […]

Update for Rees’

  Update for Tom and Cheryl Rees                                            4-2-12   “Let him who is taught the word share in all good things with him who teaches. Do not be deceived, God is not mocked; for whatever a man sows, that he will also reap.”   Sunday Service   The teacher is to share with the learner […]

Blame Me not

Pastor Arie shared this poem while expounding on Romans 6: Blame Me Not Ye call Me Master and obey Me not, Ye call Me Light and see Me not; Ye call Me the Way and walk not; Ye call Me Life and desire Me not; Ye call Me Wise and follow Me not; Ye call […]

Asia: First Blog

Howdy All, A blog.  I have wanted to do a blog for a long time and here is my opportunity.  The country I serve is a forgotten place.  That may come as a surprise.  As you read this, you may say, “I hear about that place all the time.  Don’t they just about own America […]