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THE NAVIGATORS U.S. MILITARY MINISTRY

NON-PROFIT ORG. U.S. POSTAGE

PAID

A Magazine for Military Laborers Around the World

PERMIT NO. 10 COLORADO SPRINGS, CO

The Navigators U.S. Military Ministry Post Office Box 6000 Colorado Springs, CO 80934

A Magazine for Military Laborers Around the World 

New Wine and New Wineskins by Dave Mead, Colonel, U.S. Army Reserves (Ret); Director, U.S. Military Ministry

Address Service Requested

In his second letter to Timothy, Paul passes on priceless wisdom. As we move out into the “new,” we must also heed Paul’s words. They grip us at our core while propelling us into the future. Timothy, my dear son, be strong through the grace that God gives you in Christ Jesus. You have heard me teach things that have been confirmed by many reliable witnesses. Now teach these truths to other trustworthy people who will be able to pass them on to others. Endure suffering along with me, as a good soldier of Christ Jesus (2 Timothy 2:1-3, nlt).

Introducing Al Engler Army Service Director of The Navigators Military Ministry Would you tell us about your background and motivation to minister with the military?

VOLUME 1, NUMBER 2

Al & Iris Engler

I joined the Army at age 17 and met Iris when I was sent to Germany. We married at age eighteen, neither of us having any spiritual dimension in our upbringing. A few years later in Germany, we heard the Gospel from a fellow soldier and his wife, who were Navigator-trained laborers. So we came to faith and grew as followers of Christ during our time in the military. Later, we served as Navigator staff with the Military work in California and Germany. Then we served in the former Soviet Union, before returning to the Military Ministry at Fort Lewis. We have been with the Seattle Metro Mission for the past ten years, serving as the Seattle Metro Leader for the past five. I remained in the Army Reserves, retiring as a First Sergeant five years ago. I believe we may be in one of the best positions to see a generational movement of the Gospel in my lifetime. I think that the military—soldiers, veterans, and their families—will be a key part of that movement. The past decade of war has been challenging, but the Lord is using the hardship of war to advance the Gospel and raise up a new generation of Kingdom leaders. I want to be a part of that. The Navigators is an international evangelical Christian organization. Jesus Christ gave His followers the Great Commission to go and make disciples. The aim of The Navigators is to help fulfill that commission by multiplying laborers for Christ in every nation. Frontline is a quarterly publication of The Navigators U.S. Military Ministry. U.S. Military Ministry Director: Dave Mead. Editors: Cyndee Larson and Ken Norwood. Designer: Steve Learned. Copyright ©2011 by The Navigators, P.O. Box 6000, Colorado Springs, CO 80934. Send submissions, address changes, prayer requests, and questions to U.S. Military Office. Phone: (800) 955-4422.

“We came to faith and grew as followers of Christ during our time in the military”

Scan this code with your smart phone to view the “new wineskin” video that helps tell the story of the new. Go to http://vimeo.com/navmilitary/ newwine Follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Read this issue of Frontline online at:

www.navigators.org/frontline

To move into the “new,” there must first be a work on the inside. It starts with grace. Be strong in the grace that is in Christ Jesus. So how do we become strong in grace? It starts with our dependence on God (not me), reliance on His strength (not mine), submitting to His purposes (not my plans), and yielding His fruit (not my results). God’s grace is sufficient for me, for His power is made perfect in my weakness (2 Corinthians 12:9). As I grow in His grace, I deepen in knowing Jesus and experiencing His deep love. The more clearly I see God, the more clearly I see who I really am. The more I know God, the more I know my true identity. Only in the context of grace are we able to truly love one another (John 13:34-35) and in truth, be one with each other (John 17:21). Living in the strength of His grace frees me to live out His design in me. Following God leads me to His destiny for me. As I journey in the “new,” both my design and destiny are revealed in community. It starts with grace. His work of grace begins on the inside, our hearts. To move into the “new,” there next needs to be a work alongside. What did Paul say must be passed on? It was Jesus (the Gospel) and His Kingdom (Acts 28:31). Likewise, we should pass on the life of Christ and His Gospel to others who will do the same. That is the center of discipleship. As we pass on the message and ministry of Christ to our friends, we need to walk alongside them, as they are

already positioned as insiders where they live, work, and play. We help our friends by giving them support and space. Support is provided through coaching, equipping, and encouragement. At the same time we give them space, the freedom to discover who they are in Christ and explore His life with their friends. They are released to Dave Mead receive and carry out the ministry of Christ (Acts 20:24). Mike experienced moving out into the “new” in 2010 during an extraordinary deployment. He befriended an Iraqi who became a believer of Jesus. His friend then shared the Gospel with more than 150 people in his town and more than 350 students at two Christian schools he had started. At the same time, Mike was meeting with several soldiers in a John study at his forward operating base. One life. One laborer. One Kingdom ripple. Many influenced. Many lives changed—in his unit and in a nation. Mike, a trustworthy person, had several friends whom he walked alongside, spiritually investing in and equipping them so they could pass it onto others. Finally, moving into the “new” will take us outside, beyond our comfort zone into places of need and pain. Paul tells Timothy to endure sharing as a good soldier of Christ Jesus. In Matthew 9:35-38, Jesus is preaching the good news of the Kingdom and healing every sickness. When he saw the crowds, He had compassion on them, because they were harassed and helpless . . . the least and lonely. He prayed that laborers would be sent for them. Where are the hurting, helpless, and harassed in the Military? During the past ten years of war in Iraq and Afghanistan, over 6,000 service members have died, 47,000 have been wounded, and 400,000 have been clinically diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder or traumatic brain injury. Ripple these numbers to immediate family members, and the number impacted grows to 2–3 million individuals. God is moving us into places of pain and tremendous need—physically, emotionally and spiritually. Are we willing to risk and reach out to those in the greatest need? As we move forward into new wineskins, we will grow in the grace of Jesus, pass on the Gospel to others, and labor in the midst of suffering. Movement initiates on the inside, influences alongside, and ignites outside! Dave and Melo Mead have lived in Colorado Springs since 2009. A little known fact is Dave’s grandfather was stationed at Hickam Field, HI, next to Pearl Harbor when it was bombed in World War II. Please follow Dave @davemeadtweets.


Conference Highlights Cindy Robinson (AZ), Lorelei and Mike Schmid (CO), and Lance Platt (KY)

Marine staff (Camp Pendleton) Caren Owens (left) and Leilani Mathisen (right)

Military staff gathered before The Navigators National Conference in Louisville, Kentucky for a powerful time of growing in clarity of vision, unity, and renewal of hearts.

The Marine branch celebrated the Marine Corps’ 236th birthday.

Roy and Debbie Garren (ROTC - University of FL)

Director Dave Mead appoints Allan Taylor (Fort Bliss) as a Navigator Representative.

Bearing Fruit in Relationship by Andy White We read and hear about laboring while deployed, but during our recent deployment, God revealed to Stacey and me how He uses teamwork to make this happen. He used our marriage to encourage fellow believers and minister among the lost soldiers and family of our company. Beginning with routine training exercises and throughout twelve months of combat in Afghanistan, both

Resource Spotlight Solo Duo—$20.00 Designed for Military couples in “His and Hers,” this devotional New Testament revolves around lectio divina, or “divine reading,” an ancient approach to exploring Scripture, updated for today. Includes The Message version, a topical index, and 162 devotions. Makes a great Christmas gift! Order from NavPress at www. navpress.com or (800) 366-7788.

downrange and on the home front, we experienced God’s provision and faithfulness as He caused spiritual growth in our lives and those around us. God steadily emphasized that He gives the spiritual growth that leads to a harvest, while allowing us to labor with Him in the harvest field of souls. How did God cause this spiritual growth? It came through the relationships and situations in which He placed us. While I faced combat challenges, God provided opportunity to share sermons at chapel services for our small battalion forward operating base,and also strengthen and challenge soldiers in their faith through The Truth Project (a DVD-based study). God used Stacey to water these opportunities as we discussed the sermons and she sent teaching materials for The Truth Project. God used each combat patrol or engagement on the FOB to reinforce my understanding and reliance upon His sovereignty, causing growth in and through my life to the soldiers around me. As Stacey was on the home front, God enabled her to minister through the Family Readiness Group to families at Fort Carson. He encouraged her through fellowship with a dear sister in Christ

while relying on the sovereignty of God—knowing I Andy and Stacey was in harm’s way each day. And He used the watering and pruning of a deployment to increase the fruit He desired to grow in and through Stacey. The point is not to focus on Stacey and me, but rather, God, who causes the growth, and His glory. Each life, each relationship, each deployment, and each moment is another opportunity to be God’s fellow laborers to water and plant, as He allows growth. So neither he who plants nor he who waters is anything, but only God who gives the growth. He who plants and he who waters are one and each will receive his wages according to his labor. For we are God’s fellow workers. You are God’s field, God’s building (1 Corinthians 3:7-9).

Andy White was discipled through The Navigators at West Point and has ministered to soldiers as an active duty laborer at Fort Benning, Fort Wainwright, in Korea, and in Iraq. He and Stacey have partnered together in ministry since their marriage in 2008— at Fort Carson, during Andy’s Afghanistan deployment, and now at Fort Knox.

Bearing Kingdom Fruit by Brandon Russell I served on a Stability Transition Team during a fourteen-month deployment (August 2009 – October 2010) to Iraq as the US transitioned to full Iraqi sovereignty. During that time, the most significant ministry happened in Irbil, Iraq with contracted Ugandans who were guarding our Forward Operating Base. They told me they had been praying for someone to teach them God’s Word. So during the more than four months I spent in Irbil, we conducted Bible study on the basics of the Christian faith, going verse by verse through several key and essential passages. The Ugandans were so eager to study that we had two Bible studies each week, 2–3 hours long, as well as meeting for worship on Sunday. My Muslim translator “Thomas” was the most eager, attentive attendee, who never missed a study. He said no one had ever been able to explain Christianity to him in his more than seven years of translating for Americans. Nonetheless, in God’s timing, Thomas said he wanted to learn as much as he could while I was there. I once told Thomas to read the book of Matthew so we could discuss it. The next morning he knocked on my door with bloodshot eyes—he had spent all night struggling to read the entire book of Matthew in English! Eventually, Thomas sent my Christian interpreter “Jake” to a store to buy him a Bible written in Arabic which made it much easier for Thomas to read the Scriptures. Having a Bible in his possession, as well as studying the Bible

Brandon and Jeneil with daughters Rhema(r) and Hope (l) with Christians, could have been a cause for his death sentence. But Thomas was undeterred in his studying. As my time in Iraq and our studies were drawing to a close, Thomas would correct other believers in our Bible study about biblical teaching. I’m convinced that Thomas would do better than most American Christians on a biblical literacy test! I believe the Lord really spoke to him—the depth of the Scriptures can’t be denied by anyone truly seeking. I pray for Thomas and his family regularly, that the Lord will save him and his family and bring them into the Kingdom. Will you labor in prayer for the souls of Thomas and his family right now, as you finish reading this?

Bearing Fruit in the Autistic Community

Brandon Russell was discipled through The Navigators as a West Point cadet. He and Jeneil were married in 1999

Time Is Running Out! 2012 Is on Active Duty Besides New Year’s resolutions, those of us aged 70 ½ have an opportunity to impact The Navigators ministry in a unique way, before January 1, 2012, with a contribution from a distribution from our IRA accounts. Since distributions are required at this age, they can be made to

impact our ministries in the military for Jesus Christ. Congress may not make this tax-saving charitable opportunity available next year. Contact The Navigators Estate and Financial Planning department at efp@ Navigators.org or 1-888-283-0157.

Encourage and thank our troops this Christmas with a card: http://redcrosschat.org/2011/11/03/holiday-mail-for-heroes-2011/

and appointed Navigator Associates in 2002. They have ministered at duty stations including Fort Bragg, Fort Rucker, Fort Huachuca, Germany, and Boston University. Additionally, Brandon has been deployed to Iraq twice. In his current assignment, Brandon teaches Army ROTC at Northeastern University and Boston College. He and Jeneil are the parents of two special daughters, Rhema (7) and Hope (almost 5). Rhema is severely handicapped with autism, and Jeneil has a ministry in the autism community through her blog, reflecting her hope in Jesus: www. rhemashope.wordpress.com. Jeneil’s blog reaches a large audience of very diverse women, most of whom are lost, angry, or confused, affected by the results of autism.

Text Giving Text Giving is here! Now you can use your smart phone to give—a simple and impactful way to make a positive difference! Text MIL to 41010 to make a $10 contribution to the Military Ministry. Your gift will be used to help our Military Assistance Fund serve military families with extraordinatry needs.



Thank you!


Conference Highlights Cindy Robinson (AZ), Lorelei and Mike Schmid (CO), and Lance Platt (KY)

Marine staff (Camp Pendleton) Caren Owens (left) and Leilani Mathisen (right)

Military staff gathered before The Navigators National Conference in Louisville, Kentucky for a powerful time of growing in clarity of vision, unity, and renewal of hearts.

The Marine branch celebrated the Marine Corps’ 236th birthday.

Roy and Debbie Garren (ROTC - University of FL)

Director Dave Mead appoints Allan Taylor (Fort Bliss) as a Navigator Representative.

Bearing Fruit in Relationship by Andy White We read and hear about laboring while deployed, but during our recent deployment, God revealed to Stacey and me how He uses teamwork to make this happen. He used our marriage to encourage fellow believers and minister among the lost soldiers and family of our company. Beginning with routine training exercises and throughout twelve months of combat in Afghanistan, both

Resource Spotlight Solo Duo—$20.00 Designed for Military couples in “His and Hers,” this devotional New Testament revolves around lectio divina, or “divine reading,” an ancient approach to exploring Scripture, updated for today. Includes The Message version, a topical index, and 162 devotions. Makes a great Christmas gift! Order from NavPress at www. navpress.com or (800) 366-7788.

downrange and on the home front, we experienced God’s provision and faithfulness as He caused spiritual growth in our lives and those around us. God steadily emphasized that He gives the spiritual growth that leads to a harvest, while allowing us to labor with Him in the harvest field of souls. How did God cause this spiritual growth? It came through the relationships and situations in which He placed us. While I faced combat challenges, God provided opportunity to share sermons at chapel services for our small battalion forward operating base,and also strengthen and challenge soldiers in their faith through The Truth Project (a DVD-based study). God used Stacey to water these opportunities as we discussed the sermons and she sent teaching materials for The Truth Project. God used each combat patrol or engagement on the FOB to reinforce my understanding and reliance upon His sovereignty, causing growth in and through my life to the soldiers around me. As Stacey was on the home front, God enabled her to minister through the Family Readiness Group to families at Fort Carson. He encouraged her through fellowship with a dear sister in Christ

while relying on the sovereignty of God—knowing I Andy and Stacey was in harm’s way each day. And He used the watering and pruning of a deployment to increase the fruit He desired to grow in and through Stacey. The point is not to focus on Stacey and me, but rather, God, who causes the growth, and His glory. Each life, each relationship, each deployment, and each moment is another opportunity to be God’s fellow laborers to water and plant, as He allows growth. So neither he who plants nor he who waters is anything, but only God who gives the growth. He who plants and he who waters are one and each will receive his wages according to his labor. For we are God’s fellow workers. You are God’s field, God’s building (1 Corinthians 3:7-9).

Andy White was discipled through The Navigators at West Point and has ministered to soldiers as an active duty laborer at Fort Benning, Fort Wainwright, in Korea, and in Iraq. He and Stacey have partnered together in ministry since their marriage in 2008— at Fort Carson, during Andy’s Afghanistan deployment, and now at Fort Knox.

Bearing Kingdom Fruit by Brandon Russell I served on a Stability Transition Team during a fourteen-month deployment (August 2009 – October 2010) to Iraq as the US transitioned to full Iraqi sovereignty. During that time, the most significant ministry happened in Irbil, Iraq with contracted Ugandans who were guarding our Forward Operating Base. They told me they had been praying for someone to teach them God’s Word. So during the more than four months I spent in Irbil, we conducted Bible study on the basics of the Christian faith, going verse by verse through several key and essential passages. The Ugandans were so eager to study that we had two Bible studies each week, 2–3 hours long, as well as meeting for worship on Sunday. My Muslim translator “Thomas” was the most eager, attentive attendee, who never missed a study. He said no one had ever been able to explain Christianity to him in his more than seven years of translating for Americans. Nonetheless, in God’s timing, Thomas said he wanted to learn as much as he could while I was there. I once told Thomas to read the book of Matthew so we could discuss it. The next morning he knocked on my door with bloodshot eyes—he had spent all night struggling to read the entire book of Matthew in English! Eventually, Thomas sent my Christian interpreter “Jake” to a store to buy him a Bible written in Arabic which made it much easier for Thomas to read the Scriptures. Having a Bible in his possession, as well as studying the Bible

Brandon and Jeneil with daughters Rhema(r) and Hope (l) with Christians, could have been a cause for his death sentence. But Thomas was undeterred in his studying. As my time in Iraq and our studies were drawing to a close, Thomas would correct other believers in our Bible study about biblical teaching. I’m convinced that Thomas would do better than most American Christians on a biblical literacy test! I believe the Lord really spoke to him—the depth of the Scriptures can’t be denied by anyone truly seeking. I pray for Thomas and his family regularly, that the Lord will save him and his family and bring them into the Kingdom. Will you labor in prayer for the souls of Thomas and his family right now, as you finish reading this?

Bearing Fruit in the Autistic Community

Brandon Russell was discipled through The Navigators as a West Point cadet. He and Jeneil were married in 1999

Time Is Running Out! 2012 Is on Active Duty Besides New Year’s resolutions, those of us aged 70 ½ have an opportunity to impact The Navigators ministry in a unique way, before January 1, 2012, with a contribution from a distribution from our IRA accounts. Since distributions are required at this age, they can be made to

impact our ministries in the military for Jesus Christ. Congress may not make this tax-saving charitable opportunity available next year. Contact The Navigators Estate and Financial Planning department at efp@ Navigators.org or 1-888-283-0157.

Encourage and thank our troops this Christmas with a card: http://redcrosschat.org/2011/11/03/holiday-mail-for-heroes-2011/

and appointed Navigator Associates in 2002. They have ministered at duty stations including Fort Bragg, Fort Rucker, Fort Huachuca, Germany, and Boston University. Additionally, Brandon has been deployed to Iraq twice. In his current assignment, Brandon teaches Army ROTC at Northeastern University and Boston College. He and Jeneil are the parents of two special daughters, Rhema (7) and Hope (almost 5). Rhema is severely handicapped with autism, and Jeneil has a ministry in the autism community through her blog, reflecting her hope in Jesus: www. rhemashope.wordpress.com. Jeneil’s blog reaches a large audience of very diverse women, most of whom are lost, angry, or confused, affected by the results of autism.

Text Giving Text Giving is here! Now you can use your smart phone to give—a simple and impactful way to make a positive difference! Text MIL to 41010 to make a $10 contribution to the Military Ministry. Your gift will be used to help our Military Assistance Fund serve military families with extraordinatry needs.



Thank you!


#11087

THE NAVIGATORS U.S. MILITARY MINISTRY

NON-PROFIT ORG. U.S. POSTAGE

PAID

A Magazine for Military Laborers Around the World

PERMIT NO. 10 COLORADO SPRINGS, CO

The Navigators U.S. Military Ministry Post Office Box 6000 Colorado Springs, CO 80934

A Magazine for Military Laborers Around the World 

New Wine and New Wineskins by Dave Mead, Colonel, U.S. Army Reserves (Ret); Director, U.S. Military Ministry

Address Service Requested

In his second letter to Timothy, Paul passes on priceless wisdom. As we move out into the “new,” we must also heed Paul’s words. They grip us at our core while propelling us into the future. Timothy, my dear son, be strong through the grace that God gives you in Christ Jesus. You have heard me teach things that have been confirmed by many reliable witnesses. Now teach these truths to other trustworthy people who will be able to pass them on to others. Endure suffering along with me, as a good soldier of Christ Jesus (2 Timothy 2:1-3, nlt).

Introducing Al Engler Army Service Director of The Navigators Military Ministry Would you tell us about your background and motivation to minister with the military?

VOLUME 1, NUMBER 2

Al & Iris Engler

I joined the Army at age 17 and met Iris when I was sent to Germany. We married at age eighteen, neither of us having any spiritual dimension in our upbringing. A few years later in Germany, we heard the Gospel from a fellow soldier and his wife, who were Navigator-trained laborers. So we came to faith and grew as followers of Christ during our time in the military. Later, we served as Navigator staff with the Military work in California and Germany. Then we served in the former Soviet Union, before returning to the Military Ministry at Fort Lewis. We have been with the Seattle Metro Mission for the past ten years, serving as the Seattle Metro Leader for the past five. I remained in the Army Reserves, retiring as a First Sergeant five years ago. I believe we may be in one of the best positions to see a generational movement of the Gospel in my lifetime. I think that the military—soldiers, veterans, and their families—will be a key part of that movement. The past decade of war has been challenging, but the Lord is using the hardship of war to advance the Gospel and raise up a new generation of Kingdom leaders. I want to be a part of that. The Navigators is an international evangelical Christian organization. Jesus Christ gave His followers the Great Commission to go and make disciples. The aim of The Navigators is to help fulfill that commission by multiplying laborers for Christ in every nation. Frontline is a quarterly publication of The Navigators U.S. Military Ministry. U.S. Military Ministry Director: Dave Mead. Editors: Cyndee Larson and Ken Norwood. Designer: Steve Learned. Copyright ©2011 by The Navigators, P.O. Box 6000, Colorado Springs, CO 80934. Send submissions, address changes, prayer requests, and questions to U.S. Military Office. Phone: (800) 955-4422.

“We came to faith and grew as followers of Christ during our time in the military”

Scan this code with your smart phone to view the “new wineskin” video that helps tell the story of the new. Go to http://vimeo.com/navmilitary/ newwine Follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Read this issue of Frontline online at:

www.navigators.org/frontline

To move into the “new,” there must first be a work on the inside. It starts with grace. Be strong in the grace that is in Christ Jesus. So how do we become strong in grace? It starts with our dependence on God (not me), reliance on His strength (not mine), submitting to His purposes (not my plans), and yielding His fruit (not my results). God’s grace is sufficient for me, for His power is made perfect in my weakness (2 Corinthians 12:9). As I grow in His grace, I deepen in knowing Jesus and experiencing His deep love. The more clearly I see God, the more clearly I see who I really am. The more I know God, the more I know my true identity. Only in the context of grace are we able to truly love one another (John 13:34-35) and in truth, be one with each other (John 17:21). Living in the strength of His grace frees me to live out His design in me. Following God leads me to His destiny for me. As I journey in the “new,” both my design and destiny are revealed in community. It starts with grace. His work of grace begins on the inside, our hearts. To move into the “new,” there next needs to be a work alongside. What did Paul say must be passed on? It was Jesus (the Gospel) and His Kingdom (Acts 28:31). Likewise, we should pass on the life of Christ and His Gospel to others who will do the same. That is the center of discipleship. As we pass on the message and ministry of Christ to our friends, we need to walk alongside them, as they are

already positioned as insiders where they live, work, and play. We help our friends by giving them support and space. Support is provided through coaching, equipping, and encouragement. At the same time we give them space, the freedom to discover who they are in Christ and explore His life with their friends. They are released to Dave Mead receive and carry out the ministry of Christ (Acts 20:24). Mike experienced moving out into the “new” in 2010 during an extraordinary deployment. He befriended an Iraqi who became a believer of Jesus. His friend then shared the Gospel with more than 150 people in his town and more than 350 students at two Christian schools he had started. At the same time, Mike was meeting with several soldiers in a John study at his forward operating base. One life. One laborer. One Kingdom ripple. Many influenced. Many lives changed—in his unit and in a nation. Mike, a trustworthy person, had several friends whom he walked alongside, spiritually investing in and equipping them so they could pass it onto others. Finally, moving into the “new” will take us outside, beyond our comfort zone into places of need and pain. Paul tells Timothy to endure sharing as a good soldier of Christ Jesus. In Matthew 9:35-38, Jesus is preaching the good news of the Kingdom and healing every sickness. When he saw the crowds, He had compassion on them, because they were harassed and helpless . . . the least and lonely. He prayed that laborers would be sent for them. Where are the hurting, helpless, and harassed in the Military? During the past ten years of war in Iraq and Afghanistan, over 6,000 service members have died, 47,000 have been wounded, and 400,000 have been clinically diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder or traumatic brain injury. Ripple these numbers to immediate family members, and the number impacted grows to 2–3 million individuals. God is moving us into places of pain and tremendous need—physically, emotionally and spiritually. Are we willing to risk and reach out to those in the greatest need? As we move forward into new wineskins, we will grow in the grace of Jesus, pass on the Gospel to others, and labor in the midst of suffering. Movement initiates on the inside, influences alongside, and ignites outside! Dave and Melo Mead have lived in Colorado Springs since 2009. A little known fact is Dave’s grandfather was stationed at Hickam Field, HI, next to Pearl Harbor when it was bombed in World War II. Please follow Dave @davemeadtweets.


Frontline Winter 2011