You serve through your love. Ian's visit to Wisconsin. Lee and Ian travel plans to Ethiopia and Pakistan. Your financial investment makes impact.
The Father welcomes you. Insights from board member, Dick Laabs. Prayer book project continues. Facilitators serving the church in the Czech Republic, India and Peru. Your financial investment makes impact.
Christ renews your strength. Hopeful for travel. Prayer book project in Ethiopia. Update on Zoom "BrookLink at Prayer."
Your partnership and prayers mean the world to us. Pray with us on May 6th. Keep praying for Lee as he recovers. Keep doing good and don't give up.
God has great plans for you and us. Pray for the board of directors. Pray for Lee's recovery and for Terry. Be anxious for nothing.
In June, BrookLink was invited to return again to Ethiopia to minister in the Kale Heywet churches. Pastor Timothy Ryder of Waukesha, Wisconsin and Pastor Ian Lawson of Alberta, Canada traveled to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to lead church leaders through three days of training.
June 1978: My world got turned upside down! Or more likely right side up. Lee and I married on Saturday, packed a small trailer on Sunday, and began the drive from East Point, Georgia to Milwaukee, Wisconsin with all the hope and excitement two newlyweds can muster.
Pray as we continue to tell the “BrookLink story” both locally and nationally. We are exploring new partnerships, cultivating new sources of funding, onboarding new trainers/facilitators and participating in new gospel movements across the globe.
As BrookLink began in 2008, Lee and I agreed that we would continue to follow our philosophy from 25 years in ministry: “If we are asked to go, serve, or teach, and if we are available, we will say YES.” We strongly believe that the Lord is in charge of our schedules, so when the chance to return to China in October came, BrookLink agreed to join the team
In June, BrookLink sent Dr. Dan and Lynne Green to the Czech Republic to teach at the Evangelical Theological Seminary of Prague (ETSP). Dan taught a course to pastors and lay leaders, and also continued his consultation with the seminary faculty on the subject of forgiveness research.