It first happened when I was watching what has now become the traditional way of beginning our annual general meeting: the year- in- review video. I was watching with rapt fascination, the images of our family life together at KesPres: baptisms and the church picnic, Summer Morning Camp and Samaritan’s Shoe Boxes piled high, the
Dear friends and family, Our team is becoming a bunch of gracists. Sometimes I question this term based on potential cheesiness, but overall, the idea of gracism is helping our team as we encounter differences on the GUP and on this team. Gracism is a book that our team has read together featuring different mottos
Hello friends, welcome to the inner circle! I’m coming up to my 3rd week in Bangladesh, and I’ve had an experience that I want to share with you. Last weekend (Mark Dhaka) I was really sick (fever, cough, migraine, sweat-mania grossness) and couldn’t participate in the Bible study that was going on, so I was
Dear friends and family, So much has happened since we last wrote! We’ve lived another week in Bangladesh, and are excited to share with you! Thanks for keeping us in your thoughts and prayers – it’s good to have you on our team. Want to know one of the best feelings in the world? Try
What a wonderful evening tonight when 49 kids and adults came together for potluck, a bonfire and Jesus! Supper was delicious and the company even better. We told stories of “where we saw God this week,” sang some songs, watched our kids play in the fields and then roasted marshmallows in the fire. There was
Isn’t PB&J peanut butter and jam? It could be… but at KesPres it’s potluck, bonfire and Jesus. We thought because so many may not be able to make worship on Sunday they could come during the week. So come and join us for a fun evening together. Come for 6pm for a shared meal and
Dear friends and family, We have come to the end of our first week in Bangladesh! It’s been a full week, as we have gotten further acquainted with the city and our hosts, spent a week in different placements, and have sent 2 small groups to conferences! Here’s a view of the city, taken during
We are pleased to have Amy share her story with us during our Abundant God! Abundant Blessings! Campaign. We thank God for Amy.
I remember one of our first annual general meetings at KesPres. We were a small, fledgling congregation with enormous financial challenges in our future. And we were discussing allocating a portion of our modest budget to support a missionary. It would take a step of faith to be able to give that money away and
We asked Cristina to tell us how she has recognized the blessings of God in her life. This is her story of transformation.