Mad Kids…

We just returned from a missions conference with other missionaries and national partners from throughout Madagascar. As members of both MTW (Mission to the World) and AIM (Africa Inland Mission) we are blessed… Continue reading

Sara Part Two…

Click here for Sara Part 1 Once Sara had been scrubbed clean, I put clean clothes on her and soon after I was told by a woman that she had clothing.  “Where is… Continue reading

Sara Part One…

Five years ago I saw a young woman with a crippled left hand and foot talking to herself and walking the rocky roads of Madagascar with a jumbled pile of belongings balanced on… Continue reading

What He Heard

“My worry and stress never went away… I would worry about many different things all the time, and it made me sick, both mentally and physically. I worried about money, food, if my… Continue reading

The Latest from Nosy Be

We are almost halfway through 2018, so it is time for a Nosy Be ministry update with prayer requests: Our team has grown… we have been joined by the Mayle family, who have… Continue reading

Meet the New Boss

A few months have gone by since our last post, and we are going to “catch you up” with everything that has been happening with the McReynolds in Nosy Be. The plan is… Continue reading

Try Rethinking Your Thoughts…

I’ve been thinking about how often Jesus lived his life around crowds, gave himself to his disciples, and poured out his teaching to all who would hear. He opened his arms to children,… Continue reading

Christmas Island

We have been in Madagascar since 2013 – and in Southern Africa overall since 2005 – and December still takes us by surprise. Right now on our little island it is 87 degrees… Continue reading

Do Not Worry

Many things have been happening on the island recently… birthdays, new projects, and new team members. We have also been preparing to host a missionary retreat starting next week. But while all of… Continue reading

Mama Vao Vao

I’ve recently left my upstairs art studio to find a new one outside among my neighbors. The women around me are artisans creating curtains and tablecloths using traditional sewing techniques passed down from… Continue reading

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