A newsletter that isn’t six months late? WHAT? Is there something wrong with me? Shh. Just enjoy it while it’s happening. Before we go any further, we’d like to let … Continue reading Newsletter: August and September 2018
Mike and Tabi are independent missionaries. They arrived in Santiago, Chile in December 2009 to work as full-time missionaries. They are sent out by Cornerstone Chilean Mission, a ministry of Cornerstone Christian Church in Alliance, OH and under the authority of the eldership there. Tabi is a missionary kid who grew up in Mexico, near Mexico City. She has a B.A. in Bible and Media Communications from Johnson Bible College. She plans to help with video and sound productions for churches and missionaries here in Chile. Mike has a B.A. in Bible and Missions from Johnson Bible College and received his M.A.R. in Theology from Cincinnati Christian University. He plans to focus on helping train Christian leaders, especially in the areas of Bible and doctrine (2 Tim 2:2). Thus, their desire is to help equip the Christian Church in Chile to accomplish the Great Commission.
We thank you for your prayers and support, and pray that God blesses you as richly as He has blessed us.
And here’s my question for you today– do you have anything in your life that’s making you trip and fall?
So, in an effort to be transparent, we have written this letter to let you know that our plans this year have hit a snag– due to our funding steadily declining over the last few years, we do not have sufficient funds to do our furlough this year.
Recently, Mike has been collaborating with Habacuc Díaz to record a podcast.
We have been asked, many times, if we have a way to donate to our mission online. Until now, we did not.
They met at college. He was shy. She, most definitely, was not.
For this blog, we’d like to share with you a little of what’s going on through a video.
Sometimes, when you face obstacles on your journey, it is that you may see the Lord clear the way before you.
I was noticing that, unless you follow either of us on Facebook, you have heard virtually nothing from us since October! It’s time to correct that. So, hold onto your hats, because we’re going for a fun ride!
I am writing this as part apology and part imploration for patience.
A Tour in Black and White (because I’m artsy and stuff) And that’s what an average day looks like for me. I am, first and foremost, a mother and wife, … Continue reading A Day in the Life: Tabi