Archive for Archive for January, 2009

• Mexico Team Photos

  Here are two collage team photos from our last Mission Trip to Mexico. Forty Three of us traveled two hours south of Ensenada to San Telmos to work with the migrant workers that live there. See if you can find me in the photos. (where’s Barney?) You can double click on these photos for [...]

Posted by: kidhelper on Monday, January 26th, 2009

• Kidology Coaching Update

  I start the new year with ten on-line protege’s. I am very excited about this development, as this is more than confirmation that I am finding my voice and stride with this new mentoring effort. Each of these students show great promise of being significant in their ministries to children. I now have beginners [...]

Posted by: kidhelper on Saturday, January 24th, 2009

• It Was A Barrel of Fun!

  This is a caricature drawing of my early children’s ministry, known as Barney’s Barrel. Yes, I actually wore the barrel into the meeting and rather humorously and I might add, ceremoniously, took it off in front the audience (of course, I had the girls close their eyes). The barrel became a stage prop, table [...]

Posted by: kidhelper on Tuesday, January 13th, 2009

• One “More” Year?

  Maybe it is just another new year to you, but not to me! I get very reflective during this time. I find myself reviewing my year and thinking about what was missing and what could have made a difference. I then begin formulating thoughts about what my future year might look like if I [...]

Posted by: kidhelper on Monday, January 5th, 2009

• The Shack Book

  Just finished reading The Shack. Incredible read. Although this book is fiction, the author has incredible insights into the inner workings pain and suffering combined with insights into the theology of the Trinity. Although it could be super analyized, it is a novel, after all. It did challenge me and caused me to go [...]

Posted by: kidhelper on Monday, January 5th, 2009

• When the Angels Came…

With all the trauma in Tijuana these days with drug related killings, not as many came South from the U.S. for Christmas this year. The migrant farmer workers from Oaxaca thought no one would come this year. The laborers hazard a make-shift life, while working in the fields South of Ensenada in the farm camps [...]

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Posted by: kidhelper on Thursday, January 1st, 2009