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I Don’t Like Messy….Too Bad!

Dear Friends,   Like most people I like things orderly…at least by my own definition J  I’m aware it is more about the illusion of control, but I keep telling myself that I prefer things done (or arranged) in a certain way and in my time frame.  I’m pretty sure the our kids don’t clean…

BJ & Andrea Cambodian Update

Dear Friends, We worship the King! There is no god like our God! He alone is worthy! We trust time finds you being fulfilled in all that the Lord has for you. We do! And more, sometimes! Over the past 3 years we have been working on the Magdalena film project by Jesus Film. After…

BJ & Andrea Christmas Update

Christmas Greetings from Cambodia! “Blessed be the Lord God of Israel who has visited and redeemed his people by raising up a horn of salvation for us . . . that we, being delivered from our enemies, might serve him without fear in holiness and righteousness before him all the days of our life.” Luke…

Cambodian Harvest Dec 2014

  “For a child will be born to us, a son will be given to us; And the government will rest on His shoulders; And His name will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Eternal Father, Prince of Peace” (Isa. 9:6 NASB). With these words the prophet Isaiah, under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit,…

Wells Home Assignment Plans 2015

We’ll be Stateside for home assignment from the beginning of March to July in 2015. We will be posting a more detailed schedule online on our facebook group, and through email as the time gets closer. We pushed up our dates so that Nathan could attend the Master’s Academy Symposium (March 2nd) and the Shepherd’s…

Cambodian Harvest Jul-Oct 2014

Life has been full the last several months! We’re getting ready for the arrival of our second son in December as well as finishing up three translation projects! Christiana will be giving birth in Thailand—our first international birth experience! Due to flying regulations and potential risks during late pregnancy, she will be leaving for Bangkok…

From Child Factory Worker to Teaching Children at Risk

“I cried every day when I saw my siblings go to school and I had to work at the garment factory.” Sophy remembers her own childhood when she teaches her classroom full of at risk children. As a child, she loved studying, but her family’s financial difficulties forced her to quit school and work to…

Cambodia Harvest Mar-Jun 2014

Life has been a bit of a trial as of late. As many of you know, our son Paton has been struggling with his health, culminating with a hospitalization here in Cambodia after a seizure and a follow-up trip to Singapore (we were blessed beyond measure by my friend from seminary, SoonYong and his family,…

Update from the Becks

Dear Friends,   Quick update from Cambodia and Southeast Asia!   Praise God for the work among both Buddhist and Muslims in Myanmar….would you pray for our PLD (Pastoral Leadership Development) work there? Pray that God would continue to raise up Missionaries to serve the poor here in SEA….is God calling you to serve among the tens of milliond here in…

Moses My Servant is Dead…

Dear Friends, I figured the subject line would attract at least minimal attention J  The story of Moses and Joshua is one of my favorite narratives in the Old Testament.  Transitions are a part of life, which is why I love the simplicity of the text in Joshua 1:2, “Mosesmy servant is dead. Now therefore arise, go over this Jordan, you and all…