President’s Blog


Increase In 1 Corinthians 3, Paul answers a question we all ask on a regular basis: “What do I do now?”  In every area of our life, we constantly wish things were better: health, finances,...

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70,000  Seventy thousand. Imagine this number of people for a minute. Perhaps you have been to a stadium for a sporting event or a concert where you have been around this many people. Here is a staggering thought:  70,000 represents the number of people who die EVERY...

Infusion Academy

    Infusion Academy      If you’ve been on a trip with us, you have probably heard the phrase “short-term strengthens the long-term.” What does this mean? It means that each mission team we send out has the mandate to strengthen both the vision of our...

How Shall They

How Shall They  Romans 10:14-15 (NKJV) How then shall they call on Him in whom they have not believed? And how shall they believe in Him of whom they have not heard? And how shall they hear without a preacher? And how shall they preach unless they are sent? As it is...

Presence vs. Presents

Presence vs. Presents   If you have been around any of us at GI, you would have heard the phrase “incarnational presence.” Big words with a big meaning. Imagine being sick in the hospital, and someone texts you to let you know they are praying for you—it’s a good...


Barriers  As if foreign travel doesn’t have enough challenges already, add in all that 2020 has brought us. International travel plus C-19 protocols makes for a very interesting experience. That being said, the more difficult the situation is in the natural, the more...

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Silver Jubilee

Silver Jubilee

Music Supplies for Silver Jubilee    Longevity is a hard fought battle. In relationships, in work, in ministry. The longer I live, the more I realize the truth behind the adage that it is...

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    Jacobeam    Four years ago we saw an unsung hero of the faith reach his eternal destination with Jesus.  Pastor Eliub Gutierrez lived and ministered with his family in the mountainous area...

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Ivory Beds.

Do you know where most orphaned or abandoned children end up in this world? Especially in second and third world areas? We dream of a world that would have a good home, raised by godly parents, and...

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Feeding & the Gospel in Cambodia Musicians, athletes, soldiers. The list is longer, but these are the first three that came to my mind. People who train for almost a lifetime to generate a...

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Moving On.

Have you every had a day when absolutely everything went perfectly? No? Neither have I. There comes a point when you are facing a challenge or obstacle, and you realize that the situation will not...

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Lack vs. Need

GI Church Plant in South Asia It is an unprecedented time we live in. Or is it? For context, should these words be read in the distant future, the world is...

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  Covid-19 Feeding in Mountains of Guatemala   In one our Global Intern classes this month, (people training with GI for long-term missions), we were studying some of the missionaries who lived...

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  GI Team in Thailand    Jesus is Lord. Let me start with that. He is the same One that was there at the moment of Creation. He was the same One that raised Lazarus from the dead, stopped the...

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Coronavirus & Volcanoes

  GI Team in Philippines      Fear is debilitating. I recently led one of our GI teams to the country of the Philippines. As we traveled through Asia and then spent time in this...

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Whether you’re interested in customizing a short-term trip for your team, or you feel called to the nations long-term, Global Infusion can help you do both.

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