Hey everyone, Chris here! I just wanted to take a minute and fill you in on our latest strategy. One of our current methods that we are using to reach the lost here is by hosting an English-speaking Bible story class. It has been an idea that has been in the back of my head … More Using English for Jesus
In our first village meeting this morning, the people are all still stirring and waking. The family that we visit with is very old, just a lady in her 80’s. Some of her neighbors come over too, and they all sit and listen as we share about Jesus and what He has done in our … More Please don’t pray for me
As soon as my feet touch the floor my head begins thinking about my upcoming language lessons. I make my way downstairs, open up the computer, and sign into Skype. I see an incoming message from my language teacher that says her internet is not working. Yes! I run upstairs and put on my running … More Feeding monks
Well that was fast! 2017 has come and gone, but not without bringing heaps of change to the Crazy Lawson Tribe. We are so thankful for God’s provision, leading, and favor as we stepped out in faith this year to take our family of five from military life (all we’ve ever known) to another continent … More A Year in Review
As we make our way through the hill country and winding rural roads of the northern reaches of our province, the roads are lined with rolling fields covered in rows of cassava, sugar cane and rice. It is the middle of rice harvesting season, and people are scattered throughout the rice fields bringing in the … More From orphan to son
One of the major focuses over these last two months has been training up the local believers in the concept of discipleship multiplication. The idea behind “multiplication” is that it has the potential to spread the Gospel exponentially faster than “addition”. Rather than doing only speaking events to share about Jesus, a discipleship making movement … More What in the world are we doing here?
We had been out all day, and this was our last stop for our Wednesday outreach. As we pulled up to the house and I hopped out of the back of the truck, I caught wind of the status of the person we were going to pray for. Days earlier, one of the believers in … More Her Eyes Went Red and Her Skin Turned Black