March 2019 Prayer Requests

Hello brothers and sisters! We are so thankful for your prayers!  Here are some things we would like to ask for prayer regarding. During this month Dean will be making two trips to visit churches in Florida.  Pray for a productive time while seeing many old friends to bring them up-to-date on the work at hand. Dean… Continue reading →

February 2019 Prayer Requests

February 2019 Prayer Calendar Pray for Dean who just returned from Eagle Pass, Texas where he preached on evangelism and passed out items to the needy on the Texas side of the border.  Pray for Jason who just returned from a productive trip to Nicaragua, preparing the soil for future evangelism efforts and recruiting students for and launching the technical… Continue reading →

January 2019 CrossWay Prayer List

It’s A New Year! Hi Jason,  Your Prayers Matter!  Thank you so much for partnering with us! First Week for January 2019 Pray for Dean who will have a surgical procedure to clear out his sinuses and open up his nasal passages on January 4. We hope this will resolve the diminished hearing in one of… Continue reading →

November 2018 Prayer Calendar

First Week of November 2018: Focus Kenya Thank God for our dear brother, Moses Gatura,our Field Director in Kenya.  He has faced so many battles with such courage and integrity. Thank God for recent progress with the unending processes with government and banks and other institutions.  It’s almost as if someone doesn’t want us to… Continue reading →

October 2018 Prayer Calendar

First Week of October, 2018 Please pray for two big unwelcome surprises we just received in Kenya. First, the water well we drilled for the Children’s Home has an abundance of water, but the testing of the water revealed that it was acidic with a high content of iron. The well can be treated to fix… Continue reading →


Today, in a hotel, I was watching a game of the Shanghai Master Snooker Championship.  What is that?  It’s a billiard game.  You know, a game with little colored balls on a green pool table that you tap around with a stick into little pockets built into the edges?  Most Americans have never heard of… Continue reading →