Ordination

Praying and Laying of Hands. 1Tim. 4:14
Ordination Council

I am grateful for the men of God that took time out of their busy schedules to be apart of my sending church’s ordination service.  After the recommendation of the ordination council, my sending church voted to ordain me into the gospel ministry.

“Unto me, who am less than the least of all saints, is this grace given, that I should preach among the Gentiles the unsearchable riches of Christ. ” Eph. 3:8

 

Recent Greenland Trip

 

Ilulissat- overlooking a part of the town
Large iceberg in the bay-  a large fishing boat just in front of the berg.
Getting the “Gospel” put into the water- a vital part of the ministry of Ilulissat- giving the missionary the ability to reach into other villages.
On the boat with Bro. Shull the only Baptist Missionary in Greenland
My wife and I on the boat
Sledge dog
Dog sledge- a popular means of travel for a Greenlander during the winter months
A metal igloo- for tourists of course 🙂
How shall they hear without a preacher?
Young Greenlandic couple
Kids that came to the church’s King’s club function
Busy in the harbor

 

Taken during a midnight stroll
The “Gospel” boat
Greenlander with a successful hunt- seal in the boat
Kids being kids
The Shull Family; the only Baptist missionaries in Greenland. It is a privilege to be able to partner with them to reach the people of Greenland with the gospel of Jesus Christ.
With Clemmons
Bro. Nissley with grandkids. Bro. Nissley is the boat captain piloting the “Gospel” to reach the other villages.
Life revolves around the harbor
Busy harbor
Greenlander carving crafts out of reindeer antlers