Bibles for Bricklayers
Missions is not just carried out in formal preaching/teaching sessions. Indeed, for the most part it is dealing with people you meet in everyday life. Like the workers who are building our house. In conversations with them, I discovered that four of them had no Bibles. So we took care of that problem. Since then I’ve…
Don’t Try This At Home
Going through some archived pictures on my laptop I came across these taken by my Mom while she visited here two years ago. This is actually a fairly common sight here. Back when I had a pickup I would often look in my rear view mirror to find a cyclist hanging on to the tailgate….
New Member of the Family
Please join us in welcoming our newest family member: Scooby Lu (aka Scoobinha) Don’t miss my book, The Astonishing Adventures of Missionary Max.
Holy Birthday Party, Batman!
Our youngest son turned 4 Wednesday, and, in accordance with an ancient and well-respected Comings tradition, we celebrated his birthday on Friday. The theme of the party was Batman, and the house…er…bat cave…was decorated accordingly. Evildoers beware! Batman and Mommy Nathanael surrounded by cousins and friends Nathanael opening presents while Mikey looks on
Grand Theft Missionarymobile–Part Two
If you have not yet read Part One, you can do so here. Tuesday dawned bright and clear. I got out of bed and looked apprehensively out the window–wonder of wonders, our rental vehicle was still there. Excited about the prospect of getting to Florida, we bundled into said rental vehicle and pulled out of…
Snapshots of Missionary Life: No Rhyme or Reason…Just Some Random Pictures
As per usual on Fridays, here are some pictures from our everyday life and ministry here in Brazil. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Andrew Comings (@andrewcomings) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Andrew Comings (@andrewcomings) View this post on Instagram A post shared by…
I was thinking, this morning, when we come back with Christ in His Kingdom, we will most likely bump into folks who will be as we are now – mortal and maturing – and after a little discussion we’ll find they’re one of our descendants. We sometimes wonder what it would be like to see Great-great-great grandfather…. But, then we will see Great-great-great grandkid…