Sam Parsons, our roving troubadour, will be ministering today, Friday, April 6th at 6pm at Lutheran Church of the Cross.
Cost is $7 for dinner. Sam ministers in nursing homes throughout Orange County. You don’t want to miss this precious brother in Christ.
Connard and Deanna Hoffman request prayer for Margaret Mooney, originally from Manitoba, Canada. Brian Mooney and Margaret met at the Baja Mission.Brian was our host. They were called to Belize as missionaries. Brian passed away. Margaret has remained in Belize, ministering to children with special needs.
She needs a non profit organization willing to channel the Canadian financial donations to her ministry.
Please pray for her.
JEROME AND PAULA
Jerome and Paula Moore first visited the Baja Mission in 2007, from Lewiston, ID. They were launched on a mission trip that would change their lives forever. They pastored in Spokane, WA, onto a church in Northern Illinois, and then Arkansas, directed by God the Holy Spirit. They have touched many lives and thank FFHM for their adventures of faith.
Perhaps you’re not too late to schedule a life changing trip to one of our missions. Call (949) 340-2051 to schedule your work group or just a visit.
“You will never be the same.”
LINDA AND JANELLE
Linda Ray and Janelle Keller are visiting our Oaxaca Mission. This is Linda’s first trip to Oaxaca. Linda is one of our administrative assistants and I am sure they will have adventures to share.
LOIS AND DR. EVERETT WILSON
Dr. Everett Wilson has agreed to help Charla write the sequel to Charla’s Children. Dr. Wilson has spent years researching and writing about the move of the Holy Spirit and growth of the church in Latin America. He graduated from Stanford University with a PhD in Latin American Studies and has served as a University Academic Dean and President and Founder of, Cincel, a language school for missionary preparation, in Costa Rica.
Dr. Everett and his wife Lois traveled with Charla to the Baja Mission in 2016 to serve as a visiting professor at the Bible Institute.
Please pray that this ambitious project will become a reality.
We have a heartfelt desire that this sequel will be completed
in a relatively short period of time.
Nina Heidgerken, an 18 year old lady, recently passed away.
She was one of the victims of this terrible flu virus.
Her family writes and requests memorials be sent to Foundation for His Ministry: Nina has been to the FFHM property in Vincente Guerrero, Mexico twice. At that site, there is an orphanage, macadamia nut farm, and processing facility, school for physically challenge kids in the community, an outreach program to the surrounding area (Nina’s favorite), and much more. Nina loved playing with the kids and giving them spoonful’s of peanut butter and glasses of milk to drink.
Dentists came from Tijuana to the Baja Mission this past week. One of the ladies that came with them is Lucy and she has gone with the Valley Vineyard group to Oaxaca a few times. Between the four of them, they took care of all the children in the home and when they finished that, they also saw some staff members.
A great blessing to us!
SARA CHRISTENSEN MINISTERING IN COMPTON, CA
WITH KURT AND SUE (HER PARENTS)
KURT, CINDI AND SUE
Our precious old friends Kurt and Sue Christensen from Milwaukee, WI,
dropped by the office this week.
Their daughter is ministering in Compton, CA.