Two of my favorite people are M & F, a young couple who first approached our Bible table at the beach, five years ago.
They had been married five years and were newly pregnant. They were from a European country and were here to share the Gospel as evangelist missionaries to the U.S.
What? Did I hear correctly? They are in the U.S. as missionaries?
It was true. They ended up joining our team and working with us weekly. They were a joy to watch…witty, smart and filled with the Holy Spirit. M would engage people in such a winsome way that even if they disagreed with him, they’d walk away smiling. He was also fearless! Even if people walked away M would ask if he could walk along with them. People absolutely loved his warmth, his charm and his wit. We all did.
M & F introduced us to Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron’s “Way of the Master,” an excellent evangelism method. They even facilitated a 6-week course in the Way of the Master method for our team.
Their baby daughter was a month old when their visa was up and they had to return home. Recently they came for a one-month visit. What joy to have the beach ministry team for lunch in our home to welcome M & F and their growing family. Their daughter is now three and has a baby brother. M & F are still evangelists and continue to easily share the Lord with anyone anywhere. Such a joy to know!
M & F would love to immigrate to the U.S. permanently. He desires to pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministries at the Master’s College. He wants to become better equipped to serve full-time in a local church as an evangelist—inspiring, equipping and leading Christians in fulfilling the Great Commission.
M is also a computer whiz and does web-design. He would be an asset to any church or company. You may contact him at: http://rocapress.com
- Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Matthew 28:19
- So Christ himself gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the pastors and teachers, to equip his people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up. Ephesians 4:11-12