Carolyn and David have served for 5 years with Builders International/MAPS Construction (Builders) after serving for over 17 years in Mexico as Assemblies of God World Missions (AGWM) approved missionaries. Builders is an international ministry of AGWM that helps missionaries on the field complete their construction projects. As part of Builders our vision is: "To build facilities that help carry the Gospel to all nations". The Builders team will assess a project, help design and promote it. If your church or group has wanted to go on a construction missions trip we would be more than happy to assist you with information about construction projects that will impact regions, areas and cities.
October 1st, 2016 David and Carolyn will complete their itineration time. They continue to raise Faith Promise Pledges as well as Cash offerings. Please consider joining the team to "help build facilities that will send the Gospel to every nation." Please follow this link to partner with them: https://giving.ag.org/Give/Details/600001-291968?MinistryName=291968&Page=1&CookieCheck=1 You will be changing lives!
Their hearts are still desiring to see many souls saved in Mexico. Anyone who has felt the desire to help the Bajío District, which is in the "Dark Heart of Mexico" build the Bible School/District Office, David and Carolyn will continue to be available to work with you to impact that area as well.
Carolyn & David have 3 Children. Jeremy, and his daughter Kassidy live in Pine Bluff, AR. Jason lives in Springfield, MO. Jennifer, her husband Micah, their son Aiden and daughter Adelynn live in Springfield, MO.
It's because of your faithful prayers and financial support that Carolyn and David are able to continue doing what God has called them to do. You are so appreciated!
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Who Is the Best Prophet?
Read Micah 1:1 through 7:20
Occasionally on financial radio programs, people discuss the current stock market and make predictions about it. Could we call such a person a prophet?
Of course not, but Micah’s audience certainly believed in their “prophets,” especially when they foretold peace while Micah predicted catastrophic judgment.
This is what the Lord says, “As for the prophets who lead my people astray they proclaim ‘peace’ if they have something to eat, but prepare to wage war against anyone who refuses to feed them” (Micah 3:5).
Today we also have those who claim to predict the future, but can we believe them? Perhaps our best answer comes from God’s instructions to His people on how to respond to someone claiming to be speaking for Him (Deuteronomy 18:20–22). If the prediction was not accurate, the person was not speaking for God. No human truly predict the future. However, God can and does. And He will sustain His people through whatever is coming.
Prayer Suggestion: God, please help me to know who speaks for You and who does not.
Quicklook: Micah 3:1–8
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