From Nashville to Pakistan….

Posted by on Nov 8, 2018

From Nashville to Pakistan….

Pakistan… For the last several months this beautiful, beleaguered country has been on and off of our calendar – in response to an impassioned request from local Christian leaders, On the Go Ministries had been planning several training events and small outreaches in the cities of Karachi and Hyderabad, and our entire team was thrilled at the prospect of reaching the people of...

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Ticket-less in Tanzania…

Posted by on Oct 25, 2018

Ticket-less in Tanzania…

“Well?” I glanced up, “Any word on the ticket?” My daughter Sierra shrugged and shook her head as she flopped down onto the cracked plastic chair beside me. “I think they’re still working on it – I don’t know” “Geez,” I glanced down at my watch, “We’re supposed to take off in like 45 minutes…” We had just finished our first week-long overseas festival – a week-long event in rural...

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Our Most-Read Blog: Deported – Sierra’s Story

Posted by on Jun 7, 2018

Our Most-Read Blog:  Deported – Sierra’s Story

Hey friends, Zach here… Two years ago, for the last few months 2016, my daughter Sierra (a powerhouse White Ribbon Day vocalist) lived and worked on a YWAM base on the island of Lesvos, Greece.  Her team’s mission was to share the love of Jesus by serving at a camp for Syrian refugees.  The story that she shares in this blog is truly an incredible account of the faithfulness of God, and it is...

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Can God Really Use This For Good?

Posted by on May 24, 2018

Can God Really Use This For Good?

So I’m guessing that most of you are probably wondering about this…” I held up my left arm, jerking my head at the intimidating metal brace strapped around it, and looked out at the crowd of students, staff, and guests from the town of Biarritz, France.  Nearly a hundred people were crammed into the dining area of what had formerly been the hotel “La Romance.” “And I KNOW that most of you guys...

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What Really Went Down in Bethlehem – Kailah’s Version

Posted by on Apr 12, 2018

What Really Went Down in Bethlehem – Kailah’s Version

“I think tonight might actually end up being more of a children’s event than a youth event…” My dad and I were stepping off the stage after a soundcheck in the West Bank. “Really?” I looked around the room and noticed a few little kids climbing up the giant BMX ramp that our team had spent the afternoon setting up in the center of the event hall. He might be...

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A Crisis of Conscience in Jerusalem

Posted by on Mar 29, 2018

A Crisis of Conscience in Jerusalem

I was doing everything in my power to appear calm, collected, and confident. But internally I was fighting a war. We were minutes away from taking the stage in the heart of Jerusalem for an historic collaboration between the Christian and Orthodox Jewish communities, and I was deeply conflicted. Not about the collaboration – that was the thrilling part.  Gifted speakers and musicians had...

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