Steve Mathews

Steve, Linda, and their three daughters visited FCWC in the fall of 1991 and found their church home. In 1998, Steve was hired to lead the worship ministries at FCWC. Steve and Linda love working outdoors, gardening, and long rides. Steve’s also a baseball fan, especially the Cincinnati Reds. He and Linda enjoy the Indy Colts and IU basketball, too. Steve also believes one of our primary roles is to usher the Kingdom of God to earth, through loving God and loving people we are privileged to be His ambassadors!

Water4Life Mozambique Offers Real Water for Life

Since 2015, Water4 Life Mozambique has been offering clean fresh water to communities all over rural Mozambique.  Fresh, clean water is a difficult thing to come by in the bush.  Women and young girls are often the most affected by the lack of clean water, as they have to fetch water in containers and carry […]

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A Day in the Life of a Missionary #2, Jim Pickett

While in Mozambique in July, we were hosted by longterm Global Partners Missionary Jim Pickett.  This is the second story I was able to record of a Day in the Life of a Missionary.  This one is subtitled “At the Moment He Was Set Free.”  Jim shared with me the experience of praying over the

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A Day In The Life Of A Missionary

I was honored to travel to Mozambique, Africa in July.  The trip was sponsored by the Crossroads District of the Wesleyan Church, Lifespring Church and Global Partners, the missions arm of the Wesleyan Church.  I travelled with Dr. Jim Lo to Xai-Xai (pronounced shy-shy), where there is a Wesleyan Bible College.  Some of my dearest

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Cyclone Freddy Wreaks Havoc on Mozambique/Malawi for a Second Time

In the everyday news cycle here in the US, we are so self-absorbed that the news around the world is barely a blip on our radar! This situation has been going on for nearly 6 weeks! This storm has been circling around in the Indian Ocean and after hitting the coast of Mozambique 3-4 weeks

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