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Loaves and Fishes

Eighteen years ago I stood at a crossroads in my life. I was tired, sick and broken. The fire in my gut that had fueled my passion for God and the ministry had died into embers. I had been deeply wounded by the church, by life and I thought even God. I realize now looking back that I was suffering from post traumatic shock syndrome, we had been through so much trauma, so many years of isolation, loneliness and constant battles with Satan had taken a terrible toll on my life. I had only returned to Guatemala because Queno was committed to building the hospital. The millennium came and went and things seemed to get worse. [Read more below…]

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Read the latest issue of the MG Stories magazine. Morning Glory Stories is the quarterly publication of the New Iberian Mission Association (NIMA) highlighting the ministry outreach of Morning Glory Christian Academy to Guatemala, Central America.

In This Issue:
Ninety Theses on Excellence In Education In A Christian School By guest author, H. Lynn Gardner
Defying Gravity: Turning The World Right-Side Up
2017 Report
2018 Budget

And So Much More…

Continue reading “MG Stories , Volume 6.1 (Winter 2018)” »

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Read the latest issue of the MG Stories magazine. Morning Glory Stories is the quarterly publication of the New Iberian Mission Association (NIMA) highlighting the ministry outreach of Morning Glory Christian Academy to Guatemala, Central America.

In This Issue:
SONshine Through The Clouds By Lori Nij
A Star Is Born By Herb Pinney
A Little Give Is All It Takes
And more

Continue reading “MG Stories , Volume 5.2 (Fall 2017)” »

In my dealing with the business world for well over 50 years as I preached the gospel, I heard a lot of bragging.  There were General Managers that exceeded corporate goals for the month and bragged as if they had done all the work themselves and the work force of 100 at that dealership were just sitting on the sidelines. The same G.M. a few months later when the company did not meet corporate goals was blaming the whole work force for not buckling down and doing a better job in service and sales. Then there was the good-old-boy that traded in an old Dodge for a new BMW using inherited money from a favorite grandpa. He was bragging about how hard he had worked to drive real quality in a motorcar. Needless to say, over the years I heard a lot of bragging. 

Continue reading “Something To Brag About” »

How Can I Help?

The Western world is in the cloud of mass confusion right now. People are bombarded with all kinds of information. Many have been hurt by the decisions that have been made. Rising above all of this are the strong tower family of supporters for Morning Glory. In Guatemala, our budget is increasing. Our vision is expanding, our opportunities are wide open, and I have no one to go to for help but you wonderful folks. Some of you are giving at the max. right now, and I get that and am so thankful. Some of you are unable to give right now, and I get that. Years ago, there was sister Frisbie in Vidor. She was old enough that she had five generations of progeny. Every month she sent a financial gift to a Bible college student. He called her and said that he felt she needed the money more then he did, and she said, “Don’t steal my blessings; I am sending money to invest in you as a minister.” There are a great number of you on our lists that have not found the right avenue to give to Morning Glory and are not receiving the number of blessings that are abounding for our giving family.   

Continue reading “Herb’s Birthday Morning Glory News Blast” »

Great news: the summer edition of Morning Glory Stories is being printed, desktop published this coming week in Agape’s office. It is a beautiful magazine published and printed in Agape’s office.  It should all be in the mail with 12 color pages by next Friday.

Continue reading “June 26, 2017, News Blast from Morning Glory” »

A full-rounded education includes recreation.