From a WEC friend
Walking with God is like putting together a 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle with a water-damaged box top. We know there is a grand design, and we have even been given an idea of what it is. We can see lots of the pieces, although some are buried under the piles and others are still upside-down. What we can’t always see is how it all works together into one picture. Continue reading
By Karli, a WEC Trekker at Betel UK
With officially one week into the trip I still feel as though I just got here, but also as if I have lived here forever. Hopping in the car as a passenger on the left hand side is no longer foreign, and I have quickly adjusted to drinking tea at least 3 times a day (no complaints there). Continue reading
By Rob and Laura Evans, Mexico
Some of you will remember when our family went to Philadelphia, PA, for WEC’s three-month Candidate Orientation course in 2008. What a faith journey! Rob took a leave of absence from his job, our daughter, Hannah, was in the middle of her food allergy nightmare and recurring asthma attacks, we still weren’t sure what God wanted us to DO in missions, or convinced of where He wanted us to GO, and we didn’t know if WEC would actually accept us until AFTER the course was over. All we really knew for sure was that God was asking us to trust Him, and we wanted to obey.
Now we have the privilege of watching God move in the hearts of other families walking through the same process to become missionaries. We were privileged to mentor a Venezuelan couple working through their Candidate Orientation class―only this time in Mexico!