When you think of New Orleans, what it the first thing you think about? Is it the French Quarter or Bourbon Street? If you’re a football fan it may be the Superdome and the Saints. Or maybe it’s Creole cooking or Mardi Gras. All of those things are part of New Orleans but to us,Continue reading “New Orleans…What it is to us”
Author Archives: Rob and Jackie Passer
Will I be like Sarah or Lot’s Wife?
Change. It’s a funny thing. We have prayed and prayed for this time to come. For our support level to be at a point where we can complete our Pre-Deployment training on the field, for us to move out of our house and for us to start to help those in need of having theirContinue reading “Will I be like Sarah or Lot’s Wife?”
God’s sovereignty is so overwhelming sometimes. Some days it’s easier than others to lean into Him and know that He has everything under control and that everything will work out for His Glory. Rob is on his way to Nebraska for SkyQuest Outdoors Annual Ministry Turkey Hunts. He has been guiding for several years forContinue reading “God’s Sovereignty”
Is my Christianity a way of life or a religion?
This morning I was in the breakfast room of the small hotel in Indiana we are staying at and I struck up a conversation with a hotel employee. Now those of you that know me well, know that me striking up a conversation with a stranger is nothing new. My “mantra” is “there are notContinue reading “Is my Christianity a way of life or a religion?”
“Where two or three have gathered…”
I always find it really cool when God puts people together for the purpose of holding each other up because of a common bond. The common bond this time was three women who are trying to sell their homes because God is working in their lives and for one reason or God has asked usContinue reading ““Where two or three have gathered…””
Soup, Santa and Sweets
Tonight we had the pleasure of serving with one of our church partners, Buffalo Evangelical Free Church at their annual Soup Supper to seniors and families in Buffalo, MN. What a blessing it was to see the body of Christ at work greeting folks, playing tic tac toe with children, serving soup and cookies andContinue reading “Soup, Santa and Sweets”
For He heard my voice…
Monday night I cried myself to sleep. It’s been a long haul. Visiting churches and talking to people about partnering with us in ministry, trying to get our house sold and just the everyday “life” things are exhausting. I thought I was just tired and in need of a good cry but I woke upContinue reading “For He heard my voice…”
Where I “grew up”…
I sat in church at Maple Grove Evangelical Free Church on Wednesday night for our Thanksgiving Eve service and thought to myself how grateful I was for being able to call the church home and the people family for so many years. But then another thought occurred to me. That thought was “This is whereContinue reading “Where I “grew up”…”
ReachGlobal Crisis Response Philippines Typhoon Update
ReachGlobal Crisis Response Philippines Typhoon Update Please be in prayer for the children of the Philippines that are so vulnerable after such devastation.
Give me your tired, your poor
“Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed, to me: I lift my lamp beside the golden door.” In the last week we have passed by the Statue of Liberty no less than 10 times on our way to andContinue reading “Give me your tired, your poor”