Saturday, November 15, 2014


Coming Home in 2012

We came home from SE Asia in sept. 2012. Since then we have settled in Warsaw, Missouri where we are enjoying retied life. We have joined a wonderful missions oriented church River Church here in Warsaw. 2014 has become a year of medical experiences. Beginning in January I had a colonoscopy, then a biopsy of my prostate which came back benign, then this Summer I had cataract surgery and after a routine stress test it was determined that I had 3 clogged arteries in my heart so on October 14 I had heart by-pass surgery. My recovery is going well and I should be good as new in about 6 months. Our ministry is also going well, in March of 2014 Jude went back to ILOILO, Philippines, teaching, and conducting a medical mission, and visiting all our friends at San Isidro Relocation Location and the Sonshine Center. We will continue our ministry to the wonderful people in ILOILO, and SE Asia. I said we retired but we know that we will never truly retire only slow down a little.

Sunday, August 19, 2012


Today 21 Salvations and 21 Baptized

Wednesday, May 23, 2012


Crisis Response International Training in Manila

I had the opportunity to attend CRI's disaster response training last week in Manila.
The training was excellent. CRI had its beginning as part of IHOP International House of Prayer in Kansas City. CRI responded to 9/11, Katrina, Haiti, Joplin Missouri Tornado, and the tsunami in Japan. I completed the course and am now ready to help anywhere in the world.

Wednesday, March 21, 2012


ILOILO City Calajunan Trash Dump Medical Outreach

Saturday March 17 children 2 to 12 years of age saw the doctor, received medicine, prayer and bibles while their parents received valuable educated on what makes their child sick. These families live on and around the ILOILO city trash dump.

Thursday, December 22, 2011


How did we celebrate Christmas in ILOILO?

496 children received school supplies, toys, clothing, food, slippers (flip Flops), at the Sonshine Center, Mike's Rotary Club of Central ILOILO "Wish Upon A Star" program, and Uswag Village formerly San Isidro Relocation Site. At Uswag Village 50 families received food bags. All our kids are street kids or from squatter villages in ILOILO.
It has been a great Christmas season and our supporters and prayer partners made it possible.
We all Thank You and say Merry Christmas and have a Blessed New Year.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011


A very busy fall

After returning from the USA in October we have been very busy. We helped David celebrate his 11th birthday. He never had a birthday party with cake, ice cream and gifts before. David is the young boy at San Isidro who we are helping, he has a very serious heart condition. We then helped with APO a special 1 week GTN training. APO prepares and commissions nationals for missions work. This first class had 22 Filipinos from ILOILO, Manila and Davao. All completed this very intense training
and will now serve Our Lord on the mission field.
Today we just concluded a visit from our GTN President Dr. Jerry Williamson and 11 pastors and laypersons from the USA. They came to see the ministry in ILOILO. We were excited and challenged as they shared with us.

Friday, June 10, 2011


The US Ambassador's visit to San Isidro and our children

The Honorable Harry K. Thomas Jr. visited the school and handed out book bags and helped feed our children to start the new school year. Ambassador Thomas shared the day with us and gave a very encouraging and challenging message to our children, parents and teachers. It was a great day and we deeply thank him for his visit.


From start to finish Caroline's kitchen

For Caroline and her 3 daughters a place to cook their meals.

Friday, April 22, 2011


Good Friday Miagao Cathedral 1787

Today we experienced Good Friday the Philippine way. We toured this old Cathedral and experienced true Philippine Easter culture. Built as a church/fort it has 5 foot thick walls. You can read its history. A very beautiful church and we had an amazing day.

Saturday, March 5, 2011


3rd Annual Sonshine Center Medical Outreach

God really showed up today, we had 15 doctors who saw over 250 kids who attend the Sonshine Center.

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